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... a busy open space whose eight-sided fence is made up of buildings including the cathedral and the town hall. Near the centre of the Octagon is a statue of Robert Burns, Scotland's most famous poet, whose son, a presbyterian minister, was one of Dunedin's founding settlers. Someone had clambered up and put some flowers in the bard's hand, which was a nice touch. Down hill from the Octagon is the (now retired) central railway station. It is an unashamedly European-looking building that ...
Day 185 We showered, ate and washed up in record time this morning, taking advantage of the excellent camp facilities. It was very good value for money. By half past eight, we were driving towards the penguin sanctuary up Lighthouse Road and were soon ensconced in the hide overlooking the beach. An adult yellow-eyed penguin was on the edge of the water. By the time we had lifted the window of the hide to get a better view, it had disappeared into the sea. We didn't ...
You couldn't unpack very much in our humble Shed so 'packing up' was quick and easy this morning. There was a little rain and the temp was 13 deg! But it changed back and forth between mist/low cloud and bright sunshine. The roads to Gore were very straight and fast and we made good time. Had coffee and steak pie in Gore - only cafe open (Sunday) and a quick look round. Jennifer had mentioned Raes Junction a number of times but denies this ...
... to our one day in Dunedin.
We could have stayed longer but we had one precious night in Queenstown before our former flat mates, Huw and Sarah, left for two weeks in the UK. We surprised them by walking in to our old apartment, just like we had never left. A night of catching up, home brew and whiskey. I am so sad we only had one night with these amazing people, but I am so thankful we at least got to see them one last time before we leave the country.
... and also the odd supermarket. Dunedin itself seems to appear out of nowhere. It's a large, spread out city, which is known for being a student town. There is a university here, so most of the housing is student accommodation which sadly makes the city look a little run down. The main attraction here I would say, is the stadium. It was used for the 2011 rugby World Cup I think, and is still ...