Quality Hotel Cargills
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... enjoyed walking around Dunedin and watching the albatross nesting in the cliffs of Otego Peninsula. We looped around the south end of the island through Dunedin and made our way to the edge of the Fjordland. Sheep, cattle and herds of domestic red deer dotting the pastures until we reached Te Anau. This will be our base to see Milford Sound and hopefully do some hiking if the rain lets up...even a little ...
... blew in this past week, so temperatures were in the 60s!! Now there is a cold front again :( but it okay because it needs to get cold before it gets warmer! So all is well and I am continuously making new friends and strong bonds :) please just keep praying for friendships, weather, health, and classes!! Cheers :) p.s. The coffee here is incredibly famous to be yummy and the best around! As well as the sushi and rice balls :))))) ahhhhh come visit ...
... Wildlife Cruise around the Otago Peninsula. We were picked up from the hostel by a really friendly man in a courtesy car. He told us a bit about the area and the wildlife, then dropped us off at the harbor. We were welcomed onto the boat (there were about 10 other people on the cruise) and given warm coats, information sheets and binoculars. Dong Geun and I headed to front of the boat, quickly, to secure the best seats. It was a beautiful, sunny day. As we ...
... the centre but, phew, we made it in 50 mins. We were given a very informative chat about the birds and learnt that the chicks are so well fed in the first few months they weigh more than their parents - real little chubbers but when it is time to leave mum and dad, they stand them by the cliff edge (chicks have never flown at this point) and over they go and before they hit the sea they have to conquer the art of flying and then for the approximately the next ...
... where these magnificent birds call home for the months they return to raise their young. For over 90 years New Zealand Royal Albatross Centre have provided a sanctuary to save the birds from extinction and now they have pairs arriving to have their chicks annually and folks like us can see them safely and help with their funding. It was a brilliant few hours and when we headed back into Dunedin we thought we had enjoyed an amazing, never to be forgotten ...