Magnolia House

Address: 18 Grendon St, Dunedin, South Island, \N, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 18 Grendon St, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Otago Settlers Museum, Cadbury World, and Olveston.
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62. Invercargill to Dunedin (4 days, 160 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Apr 29, 2015

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... a bitterly cold night. Day 38. Saturday 2nd May. Roxburgh to Omakau, via Roxburgh Gorge Trail and the Otago Rail Trail. We woke to near zero visibility with low hanging mist, and it was freezing cold. With a boat to catch there really was no time to hang around so we set off wrapped up like a Christmas turkey. Thankfully it cleared quickly to reveal a beautiful day and stunning views. We really enjoyed the trail: a smooth surface, an easy grade, an ...

Edinburgh of the South

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 23, 2015

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... a rasping purring noise. It was a marvellous opportunity for us to see these tiny penguins and we lingered on the platform for about an hour, seeing a couple of rafts making shore, as well as two birds coming in on their own. If you want to find out a little about this penguin species, take a look here: tle-penguin. By the time the lights were turned off and we had taken the winding coast road back to the edge of Dunedin, we were quite ready for our ...

New Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Feb 12, 2015

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... weeks they spend their time moving in, drinking, and burning furniture in the streets. That all seems to be de rigeur.

Now this guy who gave us the tour whipped us through a bunch of stuff – like the museum, where we had a really, really interesting 30-minute guided tour covering Maori war canoes and totems, extinct (for a long time) auks and (for 500 years) moas (which were truly flightless because they had no wing bones whatsoever), and finished up with ...

Good company & good food

A travel blog entry by caretaker on Dec 14, 2014

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... With a Union Flag flying on the gate in our honour Hazel and John, her Grandparents, made us more than welcome. Shortly after Louisa's parents and sister arrived. Louisa's Dad, Anton, fired up the BBQ, Hazel dished up a delicious spread and John ensured that despite all the chat we didn't go dry. Late into the evening we said our goodbyes and Anton insisted on driving us back ...

Stop Drop and Roll

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Nov 16, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... enjoyed walking around Dunedin and watching the albatross nesting in the cliffs of Otego Peninsula. We looped around the south end of the island through Dunedin and made our way to the edge of the Fjordland. Sheep, cattle and herds of domestic red deer dotting the pastures until we reached Te Anau. This will be our base to see Milford Sound and hopefully do some hiking if the rain lets up...even a little ...

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