The Victoria Hotel Dunedin
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... way because our last train ride, white linen, fine cuisine and good wine, ended at Machu Picchu. Oh, well.
But the most problematic thing about the ride was the cars. They had small windows and you were lucky to get a view of anything, especially if you had the aisle seat which we did. After a while, I walked through the cars and discovered one with observation windows. There were only a couple on the train, far too few for the number ...
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... landing. I hope everyone has a chance to see an albatross crash land at some point in their lives. It is hilarious! It also makes me feel better knowing puberty is awkward for the whole animal kingdom.
We raced back from the peninsula to sneak into an afternoon tour of NZ's oldest brewery, Speights. The facility has been producing beer since the late 1800's. It was a small tour group so at the end the tour guide let us pour our own tastings! Such a ...
... was stuffed full of vintage clothes. There were real fur bolero jackets with very posh labels in them and not one of them was possum (I think lol ) I drooled but stroked them and put them back I'll stick to my fake fur at home.
Wandered round the corner and I was in wonderland there were boxes and boxes of old simplicity, Burda etc..... Sewing patterns it was amazing. I started at the pre 1965 patterns and it was fabulous , Steve walked away, however if it had been pre 1965 ...
... which was quite busy, and as we sat after dinner Peter was drawn to the neighbouring vehicle where they were sitting reading with a bottle of wine and candle on the table and he asked why we weren’t that civilised. I pointed out he had a cup of tea and a Satsuma what else did he want!
We went on a walking city tour and saw lots of nice old buildings but the railway station, built in the Edwardian Baroque style, was the best. From here we caught ...