Leviathan Heritage Hotel
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Off to the Edinburgh of the South Dunedin the scenery is ever changing along the way, there are some beautiful heritage buildings here
We stop the bus at what is said to be the worlds steepest street, some walked it, others gave up
Its ts a kind of old fashioned town but at the same time has some …
... a couple of adults who'd returned to feed their young. Watching the albatrosses flying was quite a special thing; they are surprisingly graceful for a bird with a wingspan of 3 metres! After this we had a bit of time to kill before the penguin experience, so we did what we do best- had tea and cake and played scrabble on the iPad! Our guides for the penguin tour were Josh again together with Mary, a Maori descendant lady with a blue tattoo ...
... Did I mention that the All Blacks won the world cup.....yes...ok then.
Driving through Dunedin there is a great deal of old architecture that is protected by law. If you buy one of these buildings then you can not change the outside of the building. You can do what you like inside, and if you by chance choose to knock the building down, the law states that the block will remain vacant....for ever. Apparently some developer cowboy bought a building and demolished it, then ...
Number six! Set completed! No one else has finished the six NZ parkruns today, so I'm the fourth to do it, first from overseas.* It was hard work, mind. I'd been warned-flat to start with, then there's a hill to go up twice. Two laps of the lower part of the Botanic gardens make up the flat bit, then cross a bridge and two-larger-laps of the upper part. That second section starts with a couple of short uphill drags, and I wondered if that was it for the hill. Having walked ...