Quality Hotel Cargills
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... sitting on eggs in their nests whilst juveniles soared and played in the wind. We stayed at the centre until the little blue penguin tour at 9.15pm. When we arrived at the viewing platform we were told to look out for a dark moving patch on the sea. Thankfully the wind had calmed down so we could see the raft of penguins approach the beach. It was very well timed! Five minutes after we arrived around 30 penguins landed on the beach and ...
... the city centre to try and find somewhere to camp for the night. We stopped at the Otago Racetrack. They allow campers to stay in the carpark for the night for a nominal charge. It seemed as good a place as any. After we had paid our fee and set up the camper however it did occur to us that they may have racing the following day and we could get rudely awoken by excited punters! Surely horse racing doesn't start that early though, does it? Guess we'll find ...
... home home. There is a lot going on in the city, and it is so much fun seeing different people everyday, young and old, with so many sushi places (yum!!!) and cute cute cuuuute boutiques with unique finds!! But when I do get out in secluded nature, I know this is my true home, forever. This is where I am meant to be...around, living, embracing the water, the green brush and lush landscape, with white capped mountains jutting up all around me and crisp glacial water flowing through ...
... on him. But it took a while for anyone to realise and even the players were just stood there and he just casually stood next to them for a good 20 seconds waiting to be tackled. The All Blacks played very well and were scoring down our end so we had a lot of getting up and sitting back down etc. They pulled forward to 28 and we were on 20. We had one man in the sin bin (many would say unfairly so) for 10 minutes so we were at a major disadvantage on that. The 80 minute mark was made ...
Travelling to Dunedin this morning. This weekend trip is Helen and Tony's present from Clare and Byron. We have accommodation for a weekend away and match tickets for two games at the Dunedin stadium On the way there we stopped at the Clyde Dam for photos. We had lunch,meeting Jane,Paul, Jason and Todd, and then travelled together to meet at Cody's flat in Dunedin. Bottles and clock photos are worth looking ...