Yellow House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cafe soon there after that sold Montreal-style bagels (all the way
down here ?!?!) we had to splurge the 12$ to get them.... that is the
ultimate way to have smoked salmon. And the bagels were really like the
Montreal bagels...chewy and delicious! Coffee has been amazing. There is only espresso-based coffee here- and of the highest quality. Yesterday we drove to a fruit stand along the road and even they had rigged up an espresso machine ...
... of the place was marred slightly by wandering about a bit aimlessly looking for a suitable lunch spot. Eventually we parked in town and walked to the public gardens (which were lovely of course), where I discovered I'd forgotten to bring the tin opener for the tuna so we had to walk all the way back, at which point we were fed up and hungry and just made lunch and ate in the car. Ah the joys ...
... his own life in 1898 leaving no will causing friction within the family (his third wife versus his children). The Barker family now own the castle having spent 40 years renovating it.
We then moved onto visit the Royal Albatross Centre at the end of the peninsular to watch these huge birds (their wingspan is more than 9 feet) soar in the wind. There were two nests on the headland near the hide but we didn't see any chicks as the ...
... left down had a no left turn sign. We have been doing to whole trip using only paper maps, the good old fashioned way! We eventually got out of the centre of town and headed into the windy hilly (very windy and hilly) streets of the suburbs looking for our caravan park. The petrol gauge was teetering just below E (we couldn't find a petrol station either), we were very low on petrol now and we still didn't quite know where we were ...
... off and we headed out to the Otago Peninsula. Macandrew Bay was one of a few spots where there was free overnight stay, as long as you were sleeping in a vehicle. It was just a few parking spots but it was right on the water.
The next day Brownie was leaving for Queenstown. Before he left we took a trip to the library and we helped him get a start on his taxes. This trip is not ALL fun and games. Once he left we were ready for lunch. We went to ...