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... hills in the distance on the other. I am writing this and Amanda and Keith are researching somewhere for us to stay at the weekend. We haven't reserved or researched anything yet and apparently rooms are hard to find at the last minute. Chatted about us, them, their family and John and Morella etc. and then we Skyped Morella and her fella so that Margaret could talk to her cousin! Which was a real treat for them all. Not to late to a comfortable ...
... to a table.
Trina and I both ordered the lamb shank on a bed of mashed potato, carrots and gravy. Pudding was a harder choice, we could not decide between Mississippi Mud Cake and Banoffe cake, so we got one of each and split it.
Walking back to the site we walked through another part of Caroline Bay. While walking through Caroline Bay we came across an Avery and Trina made friends with one of the inhabitants.
It wasn't ...
... I was so intrigued and wanted to know more, but so did everyone else. So, I left them in peace and continued MY journey to Dunedin. Dunedin is my favorite "big" city I've been to here in NZ. It was first settled by the Scottish and it shows in the architecture, which is stunning. A very historic European feel to the city, which I loved. You can feel the history and tradition. The streets are steep and you can often ...
... but we still made the best of the day. Stop one was to cross the largest swing-bridge in NZ - over the Buller Gorge and the rocks were a cool rust color. Then we drove to Cape Foulwind to see the Fur seals, man it that a good name for it. We got to see some Fur seals. Then it was on to Punakaiki Blowholes and Pancake Rocks. It was awesome, the rocks did look like a bunch of pancakes stacked on top of each other. The wind and rain were still blasting ...
... Allan somersaulted into the river like it was nothing. Two more rapids to go, I think they were grade II or III and that was it. Harlen told us we could get out for a last swim if we wanted. Blair had climbed into our boat by this time and ran from the back of the boat to the front, doing a backflip. These guys sure know some tricks. While Falen was getting ready to try the same, I just let myself slip out of the boat and floated on my back down the river. Did I already tell you ...