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... are courteous instead of raunchy.
In the morning, we made one last batch of smoothies with our portable blender before packing up and heading up the coast. We are heading to Lake Tekapo, a bright blue lake near Mt. Cook.
We've only got 2 more days in the country before we fly out of Christchurch, and there's so much more to see.
... up. The first were a young couple from Chicago who were on their honeymoon, the second were French and German and two from Mumbai. As Jane drove out of the. It's she gave us constant commentary about Dunedin and all the wild life that live in and around their shores. The roads seem to cling to the sides of the mountains with sheer drops to the sea but Jane obviously knew her way round. Jane was in mid flow of telling us something interesting when she suddenly stopped the bus and ...
... campground although we could have done with walking off some the weight we had just put on. Our first look at Dunedin had whetted our appetite for a closer look so once more parked outside the Cadbury's factory and walked to the Settlers Museum, an ultra modern building with the most imaginative use of modern interactive technology. We were all impressed not only with the ...
... after the passengers. They usually work 2 days a week and Isabella told us she was working Christmas Day as there would be a cruise ship in and as she is on her own she's free to help out. She's Scottish with a lovely accent and comes from a place near Glasgow so we're almost related. Ken is of Scottish descent as well. Not surprising as Dunedin was settled by Scots. Someone asked about the yellow gorse and Isabella immediately defended the Scots and said ...
... if we can attend you. I’ll check with the manager”.
Finally, we are allowed to stay and enjoy a quite reasonable dinner.
Back at the house, the keys are in the right place and we enter our home for the next couple of days. It was certainly worth waiting for. It’s a huge 1920's Californian style villa with four bedrooms, three living rooms, two bathrooms, a sun porch and full kitchen. All this for just US$ 65 a night. Unbelievable!