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... br> Mac didn’t get to take his photos after all. He said it was so windy he had to sit down.
Breakfast was next on my menu. Ten a.m. was a bit too late for my liking. I was very hungry after all the tension expended at the airport.
We had an appointment to see Grandma and Grandad Brown next. They have recently moved into a 'new’ house in Mosgiel, where they are well-catered for by various aged-care facilities. Daphne has ...
... a 10 hour drive we decided to break up the drive a bit. This is where another phone app has saved our life. 'Camper Mate' is literally our best mate and tells us where everything is from campsites to petrol stations from wifi to public toilets. It also shows user comments so it's easy to gauge how good things are. We found a campsite halfway to Dunedin which included power, a hot shower, wi-fi, a bar and most importantly a washer and dryer for our ...
... and we did not encounter any problems along the way.
Once we arrived at the Penguin Place we heard a very short lecture on what we were going to experience. The group was divided into two. Our first stop was to the hospital to see the injured penguins that were getting better. There were a few different kinds of penguins, some swimming in the little pool, others sun bathing. The yellow eyed penguins are ...
... Switzerland to an Australian bank. There is no doubt in my mind that many of the folks on board do have off-shore accounts. (Last time I checked, neither USAA in San Antonio nor Wells Fargo in Redondo Beach qualified.) There is a lot of money on board – proof is the flood of diamonds one sees on Formal Nights (yes, I wear a tux and Sandy is gorgeous) not to mention the many (bad) face lifts and the trophy wives. One lady lives on board ...
... scattered along the beach. We got there as the tide was coming in, and it proved both scenic to watch and entertaining to dodge the waves as we clambered about on the boulders.
And so we reached Dunedin, a beautiful old city of steep streets. By far the most exciting thing we've done here was visit the Cadbury factory for a tour of the chocolate making facilities. Very impressive! There are pipes full of chocolate that ...