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We were off early this morning in order to be able to walk on Moeraki Beach to see the famous boulders. This walk is best done at low tide so we needed to time it carefully. A rather eerie site indeed as the boulders are near perfect spheres. Formed some 60 million years ago on the ocean floor a few are now visible along this beach.
As the …
The Otago Peninsula is famous for its wildlife; an albatross colony and two different species of penguins and so there are quite a few different operators offering expensive tours to watch this wildlife, but thanks to a Lonely Planet recommendation I didn't have to pay a penny. I simply drove around the twisty coast road (great fun) to Pilot’ …
We are a lot further south now and autumn is finally starting to show and I am beginning to pull out warmer clothes from the suitcase.
From Hanmer Springs we drove to the Banks Peninsula and stayed in Akaroa, a beautiful, sheltered village and harbour, overlooked by craggy volcanic hills, some 80 km south east of Christchurch.
Well, that put every entry into the work fish and chip Friday greatest hits to shame. A huge plate of Blue cod and chips and a salad with an amazing dressing that I ate some of. Wow. Not sure if we'll do the desert thing. Maria is too full to comment.
"Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after another."
Walter Elliott, in The Spiritual Life: Doctrine and Practice of Christian Perfection.
The evening we arrived in Dunedin we decided to drive out to Pilot Beach on the Otago Peninsula to watch Blue Penguins come ashore. The penguins come in at dusk, which …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBluestone on George Dunedin
Lovely motel. Very modern and clean. Highly recommended
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