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... restaurant recommended in the guide book. It was somewhat further than we were expecting, and when we got there...guess what...yep, shut! Jon and I may have had a little disagreement at this point. He was fed up with me making us go to restaurants recommended by the guide book that we either can't find or are shut, and I was fed up with him asking me where we should eat when I know no more than he does about whatever town we're in (see, you get the warts and ...
... die of old age. We passed a stud stable where the recent Melbourne cup winner was trained. Then we got into gorge country and bridges made of wrought iron. One of the gorge bridges is the highest wrought iron bridge in the world. To describe them I would say imagine the Wild West and attain is chugging toward the bridge and the baddies are about to dynamite it ..... That is what these bridges look like. I don't think Steve was ...
... sign it back to him. He then had big financial problems but still had time to marry a much younger lady Constance, who the children also didn’t like, except Donald who had an affair with her. On top of all this the children caused no end of problems and his favourite daughter died in an accident. It was obviously all too much for him. After much legal arguing the Castle was sold in 1906.
After this we visited the Albatross centre and saw about 10 ...
... way to Dunedin. We found our farm stay after a bit of bad navigating our gps said we were there mum's said we weren't...so we kept driving and then realized our gps was right. Our farm stay is 16 acres just on the outskirts of Dunedin the houses around this area are beautiful very cottage old and cottage style with beautiful gardens. The house we are staying at is beautiful it sort of reminds me of an old queenslander with verandas all around but on a much larger scale. We had booked it ...
... but they only won by a small margin. We were probably happier losing by one point than they were winning by one point. All the way back we waved our flags screaming swing low and saying how happy we were that we had won. If this game had been played at Twickenham I'm pretty sure the morale and atmosphere in favour of our team would have made it so. However, we gave them a good run for their money and made it a decent competition for them. The night after was a bit of a blur. We got ...