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... cheese (of course!), vegetables and amazing fruits as we are in orchard country and some of the fruits we buy in Edmonton come from this part of New Zealand.
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farm in the world (who knew?) and that had recently been given the
highest rating by the San Francisco-based Seachoice organization for
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... time we were headed east and then north for Dunedin. In comparison to some of our other drives this one was more of a boring one, we split it up into 2 legs and only had one quick stop for a driver change, toilet and coffee. Sarah was driving when we hit the city of Dunedin. We were running low in petrol, Tim was navigating, this wasn't an easy job as there were a lot of no left or right turns and it seemed that every street we wanted ...
... We started at McDuffs and ended at the Greenman an organic brewery. We bought a couple of riggers at McDuffs and a 1.25L German style beer from Greenman. We took a short drive to a lookout overseeing the city and Otago Harbour. We spent a few hours here drinking beer and monkeying around. We even took turns rolling down the hill. It was dinner time by the time we left, not to stray too far into the unknown we had Domino's for dinner. We then ...