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 …
Well... The rest of May was full of paper writing. Stayed in Dunedin this whole time an handed in 6 crisp essays. I also went to a few hot yoga classes and movies to keep my sanity. I saw Bad Neighbours (with zac efron and Seth Rogan... Pretty hilarious), The Other Woman (Cameron Diaz.. Actually liked her in this one), and X-Men!
... some reason we now found ourselves late. We planned it so we could get ourselves to the bus stop in enough time but we now had 10 minutes to get there and we had no idea where it was. I had a map on my phone but you never know how far these things are. When we left the mall we learned it was raining. Rain stresses me out. We got to the corner of the road and realise we wanted to walk down this road to get to the bus stop but we hadn't a clue whether to go left or ...
... Then we continued on to the Toitu Otago Early Settlers Museum. It was a great museum, with lots of interesting displays (for kids and adults). And best of all it was free. A few of us grabbed lunch from the cafe, and everyone else headed off to find the fish and chips shop (highly recommended from our bus driver). We all sat to enjoy our lunch at the Octagon, and had plenty ...
... be anyone around. We progressed to the Octagon the central area in town, where it was not all happening. There were some bars with people around, but it was hardly what I would call busy. I had read up about a fish and chip restaurant (or fush and chups as they say in NZ) that was supposed to be good so we checked it out and it was your typical fish and chips restaurant attached to take-away, only there wasn't much take-awaying going on! The bar we ...