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My last long intercity journey; nearly five hours back to Dunedin. A distinct feeling of déjà vu, but a stronger one that the season was corresponding exactly with the dates that mark it-today was supposed to be the last day of summer (which fact had entirely passed me by until I read it in the paper, not being used to the idea that …
It's a bit of a drive across farm country towards Dunedin on the east coast, but the weather is nice and the drive is fairly pleasant, and we arrive in Dunedin early-afternoon. We’re here for a couple of nights, and given it’s a Sunday we decide to head down into the centre of town – there’ll be no issues with parking and it’ll be free! First stop is Dunedin’s iconic railway station, an Edwardian ...
... get seasick but sitting in a catamaran on a windy day crossing the sea in an area of the world nicknamed 'The Roaring 40s' due to its latitudinal position on the globe and the unpredictable nature of its weather, is a fairly vomit inducing experience, I can tell you :-) Stewart Island itself is bigger than I thought. It is home to one of the longest walks in New Zealand (taking 10 days), but there is only one small village on the island housing around 300 people. ...
... the movie The Guilt Trip before switching rooms with Alexa* again to head back into the Pelicans and Shockwaves room in time for sign-out. We asked what the kids all got for Christmas and there are four siblings in our group (youngest is 4 and oldest is 8) that said they each got new ipads and toys! They’re from Fiji and live in Australia now (or maybe go back and forth between two houses) and their dad is the Ambassador of Fiji. Hoping for a loaded tip at the end of this ...
... about the car and how to diagnose what the problem may be, how much it would be to fix, and how to fix it. Nothing much came up of any use so I started to search for cheap, reputable garages or people who would be willing to earn a bit extra out of work hours to come and have a look - a few names written down we finally left and made our way back to the car, it hadn't been stolen annoyingly. Equally annoying was that it hadn't decide to fix itself like it had done in the past either! ...