The Brothers Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... whole year to raise a chick, spending the other year cruising round Antarctica on the air currents. From the observatory, we saw 5 fluffy white chicks on their nests. Several birds circled above, and one parent came and fed its chick. We were a little too far away to really appreciate their size which was a shame, as the adults weigh 8kg ...
... there. Caught the bus to Dunedin & visited the beautiful railway station - booked a trip for tomorrow - seats 22a & 22b. A coincidence as we are on pitch 22 at Aaron Lodge Holiday Park. Had a look around the museum, close to the station, it was fantastic! Purchased some wine glasses as don't want to use the awful tumblers in the motor home for the lovely NZ ...
... for historic, cultural and geographic reasons (plus Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch) - 2 islands their main north and south cities. The maori name is Otepoti - the place beyond which one cannot go, where waka (canoes) had to be put ashore.
Dunedin is the modified gaelic word for Edinburgh. Důn Čideann. The Scots and English settlers arrived in Port Chalmers, where the ship docked, in 1844. These ...
... sailing past Taiaroa Head where the Albatross breed.The traditional Xmas dinner was in my opinion average as no Turkey leg for me!!! However it was very nice with all the traditional festive fare served. Later the Xmas show in Princess theatre was again below par in my opinion.
26 Dec Should have been in Milford Sound but we are sailing in quite rough stormy weather -a bit of “Rocking an Rolling”going on since last night. A ...
... is now a university town and has a reputation for the eccentric.
We left the ship today and boarded out minibus for a 90-minute drive to the Moeraki Boulders. These boulders lie scattered along the shore between Moeraki and Hampden on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. They are remarkable for their size and roundness and there is nothing quite like them anywhere else in New Zealand. Since the first human settlement the ...