Best Western 555 On Bayview
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... then hit State Highway 1 again on our way to Dunedin. For Dunedin read Edinburgh! All the streets are named after streets in Edinburgh, the Main Street is Princes Street and George Street. Robbie Burns has his monument in the Quadrangle, a Scottish souvenir shop and the pub we were in sold haggis! Sadly, most of Dunedin was closed due to it being a Sunday so food was limited to Irish bars and the like. We did eventually settle for the Wig ...
... other, before reaching breading age of three to five years of age.
From the Albatross Centre, our day-tour group was taken to a Yellow-eyed Penguin colony on the other side of the Peninsular, which was on private land behind locked gates. Here we had an amazing experience where we even had the penguins walk right passed us, not even a metre away from us. We also climbed the steep hill to the rookery and from a ...
... we left. We drove the otago peninsula and went to the albatross and penguin colony on the point. It was expensive to get in for a guided tour but we had already been as close as we could be to a penguin and we saw plenty of albatross flying over so we left and went to pak n save, and then we started on the way to queenstown but only made it about 40 minute out of town when Ben was tired so we pulled over to sleep the night in waihola. I barely slept because 15 trains came by all ...
... scattered along the beach. We got there as the tide was coming in, and it proved both scenic to watch and entertaining to dodge the waves as we clambered about on the boulders.
And so we reached Dunedin, a beautiful old city of steep streets. By far the most exciting thing we've done here was visit the Cadbury factory for a tour of the chocolate making facilities. Very impressive! There are pipes full of chocolate that ...
... given us new appreciation for the liquor laws in BC, which we previously thought were outdated!
That evening we drove out to the Otago Peninsula and found a lovely spot, McAndrew Bay, where we could freedom camp, looking out over the Otago Harbour. We were treated to a beautiful sunset, and mild weather so we could go for a walk after dinner and gaze at the ...