Porterfields Bed And Breakfast

Address: 30 Porterfields Street, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 30 Porterfields Street, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Otago Settlers Museum, Cadbury World, and Otago Museum.
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      A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 15, 2015

      ... on the way to see the only castle in NZ ( it's not actually a castle but the scots settled in Dunedin and you know what they are like for castles ) so turning right and up the hill. As we got higher and higher it got foggier and foggier by the time we got to the castle we couldn't even see it so we turned round and headed further up the peninsula. The weather was no better so we just carried onto the end of the peninsula. The Penguins come back to shore to their nests at dusk so we had ...


      A travel blog entry by chariotgod on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... as you like and with whatever type you liked. Then onto 2 more Pubs before the tour ended up in a quaint little British Pub overlooking a stunning bay full of yachts. Unfortunately we couldn't stay all afternoon there as we had to be back on the ship ready for yet another 4 Course meal. The day took is toll though,as we crashed in our cabins shortly after dinner. No shows, dancing or music ...

      A smell of burning rubber!!

      A travel blog entry by dante98765 on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... lasted one mouthful before her face said it all and she had pancakes on their own. We left and drove east towards Gore. The mountains quickly fell away and green fields took over with sheep, cows and deer the main sight. We entered Riversdale and stopped at the loo. Opposite was a antique shop called Lizzie and Wayno's. Such a title couldn't be missed so we went in. The stuff inside was fab; old kitchen equipment from decades past, ...

      Chilling Out and Keeping Warm at Penny's

      A travel blog entry by cerikang on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... the peninsula, the captain pointed out various kinds of birds (native to NZ) and told us about some of the history of our surroundings. Whenever he spotted an animal, he would quickly point it out. We saw huge sea lions, resting on the sand and playing in the water. Later on, the captain steered the boat closer to a rocky cliff, Taiaroa Head, topped with a lighthouse. We were there to see the main attraction, the Royal Albatross.

      As we pulled in, to ...

      In Search of Fat, Wooly Sheep in the Sun

      A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 26, 2014

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      ... on a clear day. Also, the mountain peaks probably have the least amount of snow in April because it has been melting all summer long but new snow hasn't typically fallen yet. I would think waterfalls would generally be better in the spring due to snowmelt although I don't know what impact snowmelt has on the mountain tracks.

      Maybe we will get back to New Zealand again someday but there are many other places we still want to see in the world.