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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... that typically features steam-powered machinery, in a setting inspired by the industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century.
Outside the building is a steam engine that is emerging from middle earth. For a small cover charge you can walk round inside the building and the yard.
For more information go to http://steampunkoamaru.co.nz/
Even though the railway goes through ...
... old and revealed by erosion they are very photogenic. Just a few miles from here, several kilometres up an unsealed road it Katili lighthouse penguin reserve where there is a breeding ground for the yellow eyed penguins we had missed at Curio Bay a few days back. The breeding area is fenced off and a steep path down skirts this and takes you to a hide just above the short beach were they come ashore. There were a couple in the hide already but wetware soon alone. A couple of NZ ...
... 10 minutes before heading back to the camper (and warmth!). But then Kirsty spotted movement out of the corner of her eyes. Three penguins had somehow climbed over the harbour wall and were on the pavement.
They remind me of the seven dwarfs. Walking along, kind of with a purpose, each with its own personality. Grumpy, Dopey and Sleepy (or maybe that was just me!). Grumpy and Dopey (the penguins not us!) walked under the parked cars, checking the road before making a ...
... building, known as The Cardboard Cathedral for the huge cardboard tubes used in the construction, has been built nearby. It is said to have at least a the year life while the Anglican community decides what to do going forward. It is the Festival of Flowers in Christchurch this week. The contrast between beautiful floral displays and empty, damaged buildings, is poignant. Leaving Christchurch we drove out onto the ...
... but as always the last one would get confused. He would stop look around behind him, then by this point all the others would ahead of him, he would freak out, or get confused about what way he should be going and ends up going back the way he came. At one point they were all running, bare in mind it takes them a while to get use to land after the water, and then a surprise for them. Out of no where.... Water, and muddy water that is. Yep a pot hot filled with water has hit them ...