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Having experienced Milford Sound, we had officially completed our west coast tour. And so from Te Anau we were faced with a long drive across to Dunedin on the east coast where we would be staying with some friends of Gemma's parents. Leaving as early as possible allowed us to reach Dunedin by lunchtime, having taken mostly main roads that were quite boring but made the whole journey much quicker than we anticipated. Gemma had arranged we'd be there for around lunch time, and it ...
... flavours of each. The fillets and the accompanying vegetables O(including a sprout or two) were quickly eaten. Tash then had chocolate soufflé for desert with Ed having Tunisian Orange cake with ice cream and passion fruit yogurt. He actually only anted the ice cream so I had the rest. The bill was reasonable and we left happy and full. A qucikm few minutes in the playground then we headed for Katakiki Lighthouse where seals and penguins are often ...
... committed to restoring the Castle and are succeeding as well. Not all has been restored to date but the parts that have been done look magnificent. Well done and so much dedication. The family intend that it should always remain open for the people of New Zealand and overseas visitors. Great idea.
Toured a little more around the outer edges of the city. Some of the views are awe inspiring and once again, photographs can not do ...
I arrive on a bus at Dunedin railway station and am picked up by my friend from Kawai Purapura, Brit. She takes me to her sister-in-laws cafe and we have yummy bagels for lunch. Brit has kindly invited me to stay for the night, but first I have a few hours to explore the city.
Dunedin is famous for it's Scottish heritage and students, so I enjoy walking round ...
... are courteous instead of raunchy.
In the morning, we made one last batch of smoothies with our portable blender before packing up and heading up the coast. We are heading to Lake Tekapo, a bright blue lake near Mt. Cook.
We've only got 2 more days in the country before we fly out of Christchurch, and there's so much more to see.