Cable Court Motel
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... knowledge. We had heard of an elderly lady who had left her handbag unattended in one of the bars and when she came back it was gone with $800.00 and her personal belongings in it. No doubt our Romanians had lifted it. All the stolen items & the money have been returned to the passengers and the shops on board. And the other bit of news Chris, who is from Yeppoon, former Coast Guard Commodore & President of the Yeppoon RSL, imparted was that a ...
... on the beach. We started heading east following the coast road which weaves inland at times. First stop McLean Falls 4kms up an unsealed road then a 20 minute walk through temperate rain forest. The forest is full of large ferns, Fuchsia trees with orangey coloured bark, and many trees with a thick covering of a rich green lichen and moss. Very pretty. After the rain the ...
... Once at the top there's a short flat section, one more plodding climb during an out-and-back section and then a swooping descent. Lovely, but of course run in the full knowledge that every metre you're dropping on the first loop round this part is a metre you'll be climbing up again. The final descent is particularly steep, one to practise so that the legs go; the less braking you can do, the better (unless it leads to a fall, of course). Watching people warm up, I could ...
... a seal and a pup tucked away in the dunes just off the beach, many more on the rocks at the far end and on our way back a yellow eyed penguin waddled up the beach to hide amongst the dunes as well. Climbing back up the sand bank was not so much fun, apart from the lung splitting effort getting through soft sand, the wind was now blowing up the sand into our faces. You can see how these massive dunes have been ...
I can't believe it's already our last day in Dunedin.
We set out to visit the Otago Settlers Museum, beginning the day with a coffee there with Mary and Lizzie! It was so great to see Lizzie after so long!We then explored this amazing new museum. It was so well laid out, with incredibly interesting and interactive displays. To top it off, they also had an area set up for Christmas where you could don holiday garb and take a photo. Perfect!!