Yellow House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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So many pictures, so few minutes, so much time now. … and so many unwanted computer problems. (I'm running in safe mode and I can’t suck any pictures off the camera; so, until I get it fixed, you get no pictures. Of course I also discovered that the camera was set to take tiny, ****** pictures, rather than nice detailed ones, so I fixed that.)
We’ve got two days at sea, travelling across the Tasman Sea from New Zealand to Sydney, just so we can ...
... a tree and said there was a rare owl sitting on one of the branches. pat didn't see it right away as its feathers very cleverly camouflaged it against the tree bark, we were about 8metres away from it, brilliant. We eventually arrived at the albatross observatory, we had been told before hand that there was no guarantee that we would see any of the wildlife. We first went into a room where they showed us a film about the birds and gave us some interesting facts and then we made our way ...
... of Dunedin but the way it was presented. Following this visit we went next door to the Chinese Garden, built in Bejing and shipped along with tons of rock to recognise and honour the contribution Chinese settlers had made to Dunedin. It was an oasis of calm and tranquillity in a busy city. A visit to the Cadbury's factory shop to buy exotic chocolate drinks and we once more set off north. ...
... to pull you over. You look at your speedometer. You slow down. You start pulling over even before the cruiser turns around. Sure enough, the officer turns around and the top lights go on. (I can't believe he picked me out of a pack of 5-6 cars running along this windy little road!) They only exchange a dozen of the regular words, Bruce handed over his US driver's license and we waited. Five minutes ...
... was the English that brought it to New Zealand to fence their fields. The Scots brought some Heather. Prior to this we have been told the Scots brought the Gorse. Obviously a touchy subject!! We also see broom in flower and I explain to a lady from Rocky whose brother in law Garry went to lodge with (small world), why it is called broom and what it was used for.
We are served biscuits for morning tea and then I go out to the viewing platform to ...