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At last a morning at leisure as we don't have to leave Dunedin until 12:00, although we did get up early to wash and dry our white hoodies ! After breakfast we went to admire the magnificent architecture of the railway station, had a look at St. Paul's Cathedral and bought presents for Matilda and Esme. We had a look in the Scottish shop which sold …
... do – the boulders are much like the dinosaur eggs that we found at Shag Point, however they are much rounder and more smooth, as well as being on a nice beach. Obligatory photographs ensued and some grumbling at the hordes of tourists before again moving round to a town called Oamaru.
Oamaru proved to be really awesome as it is the 'steampunk capital' of NZ, the town is pretty small but it has a really cool vibe as it is full of quirky vintage shops and ...
It was a long night. A cold night. Neither of us went to the tin shed toilet during the night, it was cold enough just sticking your leg outside the duvet!
When the sun rose, so did we. But we couldn't see much initially. Frost coated the windscreen, but as the sun poked its head above the trees it soon started melting.
Clear blue skies in every direction. It was crisp at first but soon warm enough to venture out in a T-shirt.
We drove about an inch on the ...
... a short video of one such person, it took a while for her to decide to jump. They also had zip wires there which looked good fun.... We finally tore ourselves away to face the continuing journey north travelling through the spectacular Lindis Pass. This is the highest state highway on South Island rising to some 917mts and a lovely drive, even in a camper van! The earth was scorched brown and yet there were warning signs about ...
... and Lawton was trying his best too. Then a rowdy family stroll in (there's always one) hissing and talking and generally not being quiet! And then......one of the park staff comes in and says in what I thought was a loud voice "can we all keep the noise down in here please, the kiwis are very sensitive and can hear you". I thought that was rather hypocritical myself. So we left. Next stop the bird enclosure where we saw 2 Keas (parrot like birds) and 2 mice! Then we went to ...