The Victoria Hotel Dunedin
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... the rain swept in and the view disappeared in the mist. We dressed for dinner and headed to the library for drinks. Apparently last night's corporate event had cleaned out all the vodka so dark rum sufficed whilst Hazel had a G&T. There were ten adults for dinner and a six month old little boy. They ranged from a Canadian couple taking advantage of maternity leave, a retired Australian couple, another younger couple from ...
... sign it back to him. He then had big financial problems but still had time to marry a much younger lady Constance, who the children also didn’t like, except Donald who had an affair with her. On top of all this the children caused no end of problems and his favourite daughter died in an accident. It was obviously all too much for him. After much legal arguing the Castle was sold in 1906.
After this we visited the Albatross centre and saw about 10 ...
... four bedrooms but there was the owners section as well plus a granny flat so I think it would have been a 7 or even 8 bedroom house. We had a common room as well and a dining room.
The gardens are beautiful and there are sheep, lambs, horses, cattle, chooks, ducks, puppies, lots of dogs and rabbits. We unpacked met our host Chrissie and explored a little we found the lambs first who were being hand fed so the two of them came up to us and sucked our fingers and head butted ...
... had to come home first. We arrived back in Queenstown just after 6:15 and I had to be at work at 7 for lifeguard training. I marched home, emptied my bag, threw my swim stuff in, went to the toilet quickly and was back out the door heading back down to town to go to work. I was so exhausted and really didn't want to go. But I figured, I probably should as I have just become a lifeguard there so want to make a good impression and secondly, the money of course. ...
Bill and Helen kindly kicked us out to go fishing while they cleaned the house. So we went back to the place Dan loves so much, the spillway below Lake Pukaki. When we arrived I found I'd left our arsenal of lures at home and we had to make do with a few we found in the other kit. Dan then found a nice shiney lure and we got a hit on the first cast with it. I then climbed up the side and spotted ...