Brydone Hotel Oamaru
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One of the top 5 hotel rooms we've ever stayed in. Huge amount of space and much needed spa bath after 306.6 kms of cycling
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... A third group also came in and in total 48 penguins came up - the most so fat this winter season. We then saw three penguins huddled ina group a third of the way up the rocks. We watched them for a while but they seemed in no hurry to go anyway so we left for food ourselves, happy with the numbers we'd seen - a month or so ago for 6 weeks there had been none or 1 or 2 ashore due to stormy weather so 48 was brilliant to see. Food purchased from the supermarket and back to our room to ...
... Returned to the pickup point and Jan drove us to our luxurious accommodation, Highfield Mews. Marl and I were flagging by now and all we wanted was a snooze. Opted for a soaking spa with lots of bubbles and a lie down because then it was time to go to the Last Post for dinner! ANOTHER magnificent meal. After dinner, off we went to the yellow eyed penguin hide really an open sided hut set on the cliff above the beach. We saw several NZ fur seals and one penguin which ...
... Harbour and the Pacific Ocean. At one point we bumped into a couple from Manchester who were doing the same thing. We were running a little late as we had an hour and a half drive. The road out of Dunedin was very good - State Highway 1 and whilst driving along this route Jennifer spotted both on the Map and signs for the Moeraki Boulders. I had seen a picture of them on a postcard but hadn't realised where they were so we deviated as ...
... pictures. We will try again in the morning on our way South. We also passed a small village called Fairlie. This was was a very small village but was heavily involved in troop movements for all The McKenzie District from the railhead in the village. The station has long gone but there is a commemorative statue and small section of rail/platform to remember the hundreds of men who did not ...
The beach beckoned for a walk this morning - tried a bit of a jog as it has been a very long time since I treated my legs to that particular activity. Disappointingly difficult is all I will say about that.
Lunch at Fleur's Place was a leisurely and lovely way to spend a couple of hours. The building on the old wharf is made of recycled materials inside and out and looks like it has been there forever. Very ...