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SOOO this is long overdue, but here it is!! Two weekends ago I went to beautiful Aramoana beach! It is close to the Otago Peninsula, where you can see albatross and a seal sanctuary (for a price of course). Did you know that albatross are HUGE?? My friend said that when it is flying above you it looks like a flying car! So cool eh? I still have to see one!! So anyways, with all of us being poor college students from the U.S., we decided to go ...
We had a good itinerary supplied by Flight Centre that allowed us to fly from Dunedin to Auckland for the Singapore flight, instead of having to stay overnight in Christchurch. Well done, Adam in South Dunedin.
We had a good flight to Singapore, if you can call being cramped in a seat for 10 hours, and having to wake one of ...
... shows how the city of Dunedin was established and changed by the waves of immigrants from all parts of the world. It is well set out and much is made of the original Maori settlement. A group of school children are visiting the museum and the teacher taking the lesson asks how many have Maori heritage. About half raise their hands. The emphasis of the museum is very much on the personal experiences of the settlers and features many of ...
... idea of Scotland having its own EU membership, defence and finance. It's good to get the other side, in this case along the lines of "it'd be nice for Scotland not to raise the money and have the English spend it", which idea would surprise the brainwashed English right now, but seems to be broadly true. Though this was my final stop, not my first. I found myself on the first floor and wandered into the pacific islands' exhibition. Staggering. A ...
... and chatty. They lived in a seniors' village in Florida. (110,000 of them in the "village" !). Been retired for 25 years and "Dep dog" and his friend were in a group of people who invented the scanner for computers, cobbled it together from bits of camera and other elec stuff, size of a desk, made them for the US military, But couldn't produce any more when a European customer wanted some so they sold the company to them instead ! The two wives ...