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TravelPod Member ReviewsCommodore Motel Dunedin
The comments on the internet were all true - Shirley is very helpful and more than willing to make your stay comfortable. We had a 1bedroom apartment for our family of 4 - 2 boys aged 9 & 11 - the room was simple but very comfortable, a small kitchenette which we coudl make dinner & have breakfast. Would definitely recommend it - the price was good. Also had thebest nights sleep so far - the bed was so comfortable.
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"Dunedin, located at the head of the long, narrow, picturesque Otago harbour, was originally a Scottish Presbyterian settlement. The discovery of goldfields caused it to become the second largest city on the South Island. The arrival of the gold rush caused hasty decisions and plans for the new town were quickly drawn up in England with no regard for the topography of the land. Hence Dunedin boasts the steepest street in the world according to the ...
... 8 or 9 hours to the island. Wonderful. Reading: Mary Renault, The King Must Die * I learned later, watching a documentary on Jonah Lomu^, that South Auckland is the rough part. Lomu comes from Mangere. ^ Great documentary. Interesting to hear the thoughts of the French team from 1999, before the WC semi final against the All Blacks-they knew they were going to lose, they decided right, let's fight, let's not be humiliated. They won-one in the eye for mindless positive ...
... wholemeal, and from another stall, but it was still a sourdough type and only marginally more malleable; cutting it took all my strength and as toast I still feared for my crowns. Perhaps we'll stick to supermarket sliced. After breakfast in one of the many cafes in the centre, we drove to the Otago Peninsula again for a couple of the walks. First we went to Allen's beach, a very long stretch of silvery sand ...
... had arrived in the 1800’s and one of the journals written by a passenger has a statement that there were so many birds and they made so much of a racket that you couldn’t hear yourself speak to the person next to you.
We love it at Josh and Christine's place - fabulous cot and toys for Evie, comfortable bed... we might never leave!
But we are excited to explore Dunedin!We spent part of the morning getting organised, and then we headed downtown. We toured around the shops and the octagon, and then headed for lunch at Tokyo Garden, quite a nostalgic choice on my part. The old Otago crew will be happy to hear that it is much the same, although I didn't go with byo wine, which altered ...