Hulmes Court Bed and Breakfast
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... the game was there so we thought, 'why not?' Grahame was the worthy winner. After his victory, he even treated us to pudding. He has been really spoiling us. Our last stop in town was the Settler's Museum. This has a wealth of brilliantly presented exhibits about Dunedin's traditional Maori dwellers as well as the first Pakeha (Europeans) to get here. One grand room has all four walls covered in portraits of those who came on the first few boats. Touchscreen consoles in the middle ...
... old car run into the back of a parked taxi whose driver was not impressed.
Pleasant afternoon spent in the Botanical Gardens, always our next option when no castles nearby, followed by a drive out to Port Chalmers. I know the name says Port but we expected a scenic setting and not a huge container port. Retired to busy bar off the Octagon in central Dunedin, very pleasant and warming. ...
... the officer comes back. "Bruce, I'm jus gonna warn ya. The limit on the island is 80K. It's an $80 fine for speeding. Be safe and enjoy your trip."
Whew! I wonder what made the difference between a warning and a ticket? Karma? Luck? Charm? Bruce's good looks? Did he google Bruce and find out he is a great guy? Lucky for us, anyway!
Bruce is always a very safe driver but...how can I ...
The car is running beautifully. We're getting about 33 mpg if I stay under the posted speed limit by about 20 kilometers per hour. The locals love (hate, actually) me for that, but I move over to let them pass. Road trips are nothing new for us. I (Josh) have driven all over the western states, and between Alaska and Texas six times. What sets this apart is the scenery ...
... if we can attend you. I’ll check with the manager”.
Finally, we are allowed to stay and enjoy a quite reasonable dinner.
Back at the house, the keys are in the right place and we enter our home for the next couple of days. It was certainly worth waiting for. It’s a huge 1920's Californian style villa with four bedrooms, three living rooms, two bathrooms, a sun porch and full kitchen. All this for just US$ 65 a night. Unbelievable!