Kenthurst Lodge B & B
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Travel Blogs from Kaka Point
... we drove to the city of Dunedin for dinner. Due to Alex's growing love for Middle Eastern food we settled for a Turkish restaurant. We would have gone for Iranian if it was available but Turkish was the next best thing. We warmed up with a couple of drinks before ordering a mixed platter. This was supposedly for two but probably more appropriate for four. So in a man versus food style Alex devoured the entire plate! Needless to say we went to bed with enlarged but satisfied ...
... about it! Along with our loaf of bread we walked away with a sample of Christmas cake each, amazing - I wanted to buy a loaf of it, or a boysenberry muffin, or anything else they sold. But in particular that Christmas cake! Market complete it was time to walk back to the car, drive north across town and head for Baldwin Street - why you may (or may not) ask? Baldwin Street was given the record of being the steepest street in the world by the Guinness World Records. I would ...
... glad that we didn't have to man a such a place, the isolation and exposed position would be hard to bear unless you were a rugged individual whose favourite game was solitaire! It was only in 1989 that the lighthouse became fully automated! We had managed to fill up with water but needed a dump station, whilst searching for the public one in Brighton we noticed a family trying to enter a shop, a mother and 7 children, not permitted they waddled off to the ...
... like rocks only to discover a much more extravagant waterfall. Breathtaking.
Our little adventures led us to a well deserving lunch at The Whistling Frog cafe, just a few kilometres down the road. Here we treated ourselves to hot chocolate and milkshake. Followed by a seafood chowder (with 3 muscles, 2 prawns and some blue cod) and spicy chips with barboli (aioli and barbeque sauce!). After abusing the free internet (sending ‘we are alive’ styled messages to ...
Hitting the highway heading south, we drove along the edge of Lake Wakatipu to Kingston. With little on offer here other than a steam train museum we drove onwards to Lumsden for a much needed toilet break. As we approached the car park, we noticed (a tad too late) that we were driving under a height restriction that should have prevented us from going through. It did not! Skippy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking