Best Western 555 On Bayview
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We left Te Anau early - 7.30am- to get to Invergargill for breakfast. It was an easy drive with almost no traffic this far south, passing farms and tiny villages and hillsides lit up by the sun in the early morning, which soon faded as we approached a rather dreary Invergargill- so like Scotland. The next stage of the drive took us through the …
... worth the stop!
The second instance of good luck that we had in Timaru was that we happened to be there on the day of the annual Festival of Roses. There weren't too many roses in attendance, but lots of booths selling everything from plants to fancy pants, from wool socks to delicious whitebait burgers. Well worth a morning!
Next on our list was Oamaru, an hour farther south. Here we explored the old ...
... road and it was slower going now - not only was the road busier and also more up/down, including one monster hill just north of Dunedin, but there was plenty of roadworks too, forcing us down to 30km/h. Drove on to Dunedin and the entry is from a hill to the northwest looking right over the city with the beach in the background. Nice. We stopped by the very impressive central train station for a photo, and then went back to the Otago Museum ...
... my friends, the bible group with uni students that I have joined is very welcoming and warm! I have already made a new best friend :) it is a wonderful place to study the bible and bring people in who are lost and searching for more in this life. Yesterday, we all prayed for the many, many lost people on campus who search for meaning and value in the acts of partying, taking drugs, and partaking in other related activities, ...
... casualties. First thing was first though - swim tests. We had to complete 200 metre swim test (in clothes) in under 4 mins 30 seconds, I did mine in 3 mins 27 seconds. We then had to do 50 metres side stroke, 50 metres breast stroke (head out of the water), tread water for 5 minutes and retrieve a sunk object from the bottom of the pool. I found that all very fine and even put some of the males to shame. We got into groups and started to practice rescues using ...