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... wife Eliza. Construction began in 1871 and 200 workmen worked for 3 years before the family moved in. Another 12 years were spent finishing the interior with the finest materials from around the world.
When she died aged 38 he married her sister, who also died aged 38. Having married for a third time and with rumours that his son was having an affair with his stepmother, William shot himself at the New Zealand House of Parliament in 1898.
In 1967 Margaret ...
... Winds that had been blasting up the east coast, we layered up and went to a secluded beach where a small colony of yellow eyed penguins lived (only 4 were seen the previous day). From 6pm onwards the males return from ocean and we saw a couple trudging up the beach quite a distance away. Although we only saw 2 it was still quite a thrill to see them in the wild. As a backup plan we were going to a nearby colony of blue ...
... li>Give way intersections are marked with a solid white line (STOP in Aust), and it becomes a STOP situation when the line is yellow.
After Baldwin Street, we drove around town for a while waiting for dinner time to arrive. Found the China-town end of the city so we decided on some noodle soup.
After dinner we drove out to Mosgiel which is a small town SW of Dunedin and stayed in a freedom camp which ...
... to go. So we headed into the nearest shop which happened to be a liquor store to ask for a taxi. We felt like we were in any industrial city, we could have been in Reading, Slough or parts of Bristol. The buildings were ugly, concrete block, buildings that were typical to the 1960s. The lady in the liquor shop kindly called us a taxi and we just waited inside chatting to her about the match etc. I got a few "boos" from All Blacks fans buying their alcohol before the game but just laughed ...
... to watch Blue Penguins come ashore for the night after spending the day at sea. At about 30cms tall they are the smallest species of penguin. They come in around 9.30pm and depart again around 3.00am dodging the sea lions as best they can. Quite a hard life really. We've seen most of these creatures before in zoos but it's something else to see them in their natural ...