Yellow House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... until 9.30. They also have the only mainland breeding nests for albatrosses in the world so we trundled into the centre windswept and cold and ordered tea. We sat by the window and ate a gorgeous tea and then proceeded to watch the albatrosses flying, they are biiiiiggggg birds with over a 3 metre wingspan but so graceful in the sky. Then more people started milling about and at the appointed half hour we were called together to walk down the steep hill to the sea and the viewing ...
So much of bragging about our sea legs as we arrived at Milford Sound to 6-8 metre waves and we were delayed in entering the sound but thankfully they didn't abandon the attempt like they had to on their last visit here. Although it was freezing and raining the snow covered peaks and the numerous waterfalls were spectacular. My sister Deb will love this, even at sea I can't escape the computer/ iPad tragic who needed to call ...
... I was nervous by this point - the drop off the mountain looked extremely steep and I just couldn't see how anyone would be able to run off it without just rolling down and falling off. Luckily James went first so I got to check he didn't just plummet to his doom! One step, two steps, three steps and he was off!! In a few seconds he was around the mountain and gliding out of sight.
Now it was my turn...it wasn’t actually as scary as ...
... closer look at the animals, the water became really choppy and my weak stomach was finding it hard to settle. We saw lots of albatross flying above us and around the boat. We also saw some baby fur seals who were waiting for their mothers to return. I passed the camera to Dong Geun because I couldn't concentrate on taking photos while feeling really sea sick. Apart from feeling sick, it was a really good cruise (we weren't on the choppy water for most of the trip). ...
... was built for Dunedin businessman and collector David Theomin and was the family home from 1906 - 1966. It was gifted to the City when there were no heirs to inherit.
We had an hour long tour and it was fascinating. Each room has been left intact and it is a time capsule showing how the family lived.
Another half an hour west and we were in the Botanic ...