Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... runway, and proceeded to the terminal. The flight due from Christchurch had already turned around and gone back. Many other incoming and outgoing flights were cancelled, and it was all very dramatic!
Steph and I watched Cam’s plane on flight radar on her phone as it flew around Dunedin, trying to find a way to land, but eventually it headed north and began climbing, so we knew they would not be landing. They were diverted to Christchurch. ...
... a cloud in the sky. We were also lucky enough the see seals during our 90 minute cruise. As smelly travellers we also appreciated receiving a free shower from one of many waterfalls as our boat got as close as possible to it. We wish we had brought our shower gel because we have to pay a few dollars for a shower these days. We were soon back on the road and heading towards our next destination: Dunedin. However, as this was on the other side of the ...
... Baldwin Street which is the steepest street in the world. Rich and I would not want to walk up this street. Cannot imagine even living on this street. They do not have snow which is a good thing.
The driver then took us on our way to see the penguins and tree planting. We drove along the coast of the ocean. It was a very curvy road, no guard rails and the road itself was quite narrow. Fortunately, our driver ...
... what I wrote,
A word about the “World Cruisers”, an interesting bunch. The word that comes to mind is pretentious. Note I did not exclude yours truly from that group. In one of his presentations,
Dr. Isbouts talked about the current interest rate in Australia – about 4½ percent. He then suggested many of our sailing companions would probably be calling their brokers in New York to have the broker move their ...
... worth the stop!
The second instance of good luck that we had in Timaru was that we happened to be there on the day of the annual Festival of Roses. There weren't too many roses in attendance, but lots of booths selling everything from plants to fancy pants, from wool socks to delicious whitebait burgers. Well worth a morning!
Next on our list was Oamaru, an hour farther south. Here we explored the old ...