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... t move. Don't blame them it was very windy. Lastly we visited Penguin Place Conservation Reserve, here you can watch Yellow Eyed Penguins (most endangered penguins in the world) visiting and sitting on their nests. We saw two couples (Izzie and Howie plus Maggie and Jim) and Steve managed to see a couple of chicks in one of the nests. They are very nervous penguins, hence the hides. Our previous experience with the Fjordland Crested ...
Dunedin is the NZ version of Edinburgh and a university town (eugh). I even saw a man in a kilt and more red headed people than you can throw a stick at. Lots of wildlife and blooming freezing cos of that. Seals, sea lions (who eat seals and prefer beaches to rocks and are much bigger than seals), the rarest penguin in the world, the Yellow Eyed Penguins (also appears on a NZ $5 note) who are forest dwellers and very noisy and lots of birds. Can't get used to binoculars as spent most ...
... supplying me with pure, clean glacial water that I can lap right up without filtration! As my mid-semester break begins (as it has started 2 days ago), my adventures have begun, my friends. My adventures of greater self discovery, of explorations unknown and spontaneous, with love and breath-taking views around every bend! Thus, I have started my adventure off in Te Anua, right near the Fiordland national park and Milford Sound :) Today I traveled on "the most beautiful drive ...
... some lunch then went back to the ute and ate it. after lunch I went for a drive around Dunedin and saw a car chase in front of me. the cops were trying to chase the commodore but it was too quick, they eventually caught it after it slammed into a truck. the occupants were severely injured but still conscious. after seeing the chase I continued on driving around Dunedin. I decided to go fishing so I drove out of town and ...
... and sent us on the right track.
En route we encountered a van advertising taxidermy, not something you see every day and with a very apt number plate!
After a half hour walk we arrived at Wingatui Racetrack. Firstly, it was free admission, secondly, there was ************e there.
Kiwis obviously find other things ...