97 Motel Moray
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... their way up to their nests some of which were under the platform right under our feet! They were really very noisy as they are nocturnal and use sound to communicate with each other. By 10.45pm a total of 234 penguins had arrived on the beach. It was a really great experience to observe their antics. We had a 20 min drive at 11pm in our camper can along some very windy roads back to the camp site - watching out for penguins as they cross the ...
... time we were headed east and then north for Dunedin. In comparison to some of our other drives this one was more of a boring one, we split it up into 2 legs and only had one quick stop for a driver change, toilet and coffee. Sarah was driving when we hit the city of Dunedin. We were running low in petrol, Tim was navigating, this wasn't an easy job as there were a lot of no left or right turns and it seemed that every street we wanted ...
... a banana as lunch, we headed to the nearby peninsular. This area is so like the West Coast of Scotland we both felt quite at home. First stop...a small farm which happens to have a very small colony of endangered Yellow Eyed Penguins. The tour was well organised and we had a good couple of hours seeing the 'hospital' pens and the colony itself. This has WWI style trenches dug into the dunes, which allow you close proximity with the birds....all three of them! The ...
... building. They are only one of five gardens to be designated by NZ as "Gardens of International Significance." Different sections of the gardens are made of flora from different environments, including the typical NZ bush. All of this had to be cultivated because there was no vegetation present when the house was built due to clear cutting. The current owners sprinkled Alice in Wonderland characters throughout the grounds--White Rabbit, Alice, Cheshire Cat, among others. ...
... and work here. It's also good that we'll be able to carpool together each day as I'll be working M-F (something I haven't had to do in 13 years, so it will be an adjustment for me).
For now, we do not doubt we made the right choice coming here. It's a special place in our hearts. The people and the country is amazing! Only time will tell - once we both start working....but for now, it's made a good first impression.