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... land, except the land at my back. I closed my eyes, felt the breeze kiss my face and comb through my hair, leaving me with bliss. I breathed deep, stood tall and relaxed, thanking God for moments like this. The view was the best I have ever experienced yet in my lifetime, in this world as of now. All I can say is, unbelievable. Unbelievable. I am definitely going back!! As for classes, everything is going very well! I enjoy learning about art history, yet it still is not ...
... dual carriageway but there are fairly regular short strips where it opens into three lanes so that you can overtake anything that is slow moving. The spread limit is 100 kms an hour and so you cannot drive as fast as on a motorway. In total the journey took us over six and a half hours to reach our destination which was something of a surprise, a nice surprise. We had thought that we would be staying in Dunedin but as we discovered while driving ...
... Sound! Then Neil spotted the couple from the Napier walk. Small world! We walked down to the shoreline where there were some very playful sea lions. One was very camera savvy and loved posing. He was a handsome beast! I couldn't believe how close we could get to them. The drive over the Otago Peninsular was equally spectacular and we parked the car near the Fortune Theatre on an incredibly steep street (appropriately named View Street). I thought the car ...
... sind sie hoch gelaufen. Die maximale Steigung der knapp 350 Meter langen Straße beträgt 1:2,86 (19,3° oder ca. 35 %). Zu steil um mit dem Van hoch zu fahren. Wir haben auch Tunnel Strand besucht, der nur durch einen schmalen Tunnel zu erreichen ist, es ist ein kleiner versteckt Strand. Das Meerwasser leider etwas zu kalt, um baden zu gehen.
Östlich der Stadt Dunedin ist die Otago Halbinsel, wo die Natur so ...