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... a couple of stores (the few that were open on a Sunday and only from 10am to 4pm), walked down to the main City park and one of NZ's Top 10 beaches - Caroline Bay.
On the walk out to the Bay we noticed the landmarks indicating where the waterfront had been before various earthquakes.
We got a pleasant surprise with an free aviary with some very colourful birds on display and a ...
... 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 ...
... 4 for not very much. We're all so used to each other by this stage, that'll do for us. The others agreed, so I booked it on the net.
We had to get a bus from the centre for the visit to Tasman glacier, so we drove round. We got on the waiting bus, and were given an introductory talk. That's when we learned we would have quite a long walk on a shingle path, and should wear socks and good walking shoes. It would have been useful if that ...
... en route in Ashburton and couldn't resist a last visit to Caroline Bay playground in Timaru. We were home to sleep that night in our own beds!
... and walk. Refreshing to have some civilised British time surrounded by no back packers! After our lake visit we headed home for some tennis ( some three hours.......Andy m watch out) followed by a lovely BBQ. Looking forward to a sleep in comfortable spare room. Thank you to the price family. By Charlie, (very enthusiastic and intrigued to hear about the ...