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The ship docked at 8 am this morning at Port Chalmers on a warm but slightly overcast day. After breakfast Roma and Paul went on a wild life trip whilst we caught the shuttle bus into Dunedin, which looks and feels very Scottish (Allan felt right at home). We bought tickets for the hop on hop off bus and our friendly guide fed us a lot of information about the Scottish connection and ...
... up. The first were a young couple from Chicago who were on their honeymoon, the second were French and German and two from Mumbai. As Jane drove out of the. It's she gave us constant commentary about Dunedin and all the wild life that live in and around their shores. The roads seem to cling to the sides of the mountains with sheer drops to the sea but Jane obviously knew her way round. Jane was in mid flow of telling us something interesting when she suddenly stopped the bus and ...
... through the facility, giant packing and refrigeration machines, and even a tower that houses a chocolate waterfall. The best part, of course, was that they were handing out free samples left, right, and centre. That almost paid for the cost of the tour right there! As Orla couldn't eat all of the samples, Liam was a very happy man with double the usual dose.
And that's what we've been up to lately. Next up: the south coast!
... rest of the afternoon. For those of you who don’t know Dunedin, it is a university town whose population varies from 100K in holidays to 125K during semester. The university is at the north end of town and a bit like Oxford – it occupies the city rather than sitting on its own campus. So there were people coming and going by foot all over the place.
Anyway back at the museum we had a great time and a highlight was ...
... Queenstown. It was great to get away for the weekend but I don't think I'd rush back anytime soon. In fact, unless the All Blacks were playing against England again I don't think I'd even recommend visiting the area. Think of Slough or Reading, minus a few chavs, add a few drunk, unruly students, minus the decent choice of restaurants and things nearby and you have Dunedin. We felt we could have been anywhere in the world whereas at least in Queenstown you know you're ...