Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we took our time, read the paper (goodness but there's a lot going on in Europe!) and enjoyed two glasses of wine each. Fed, watered and in much better humour, we left to take a quick look at the First Church, which is a Presbyterian church. It's a very pretty building and had a lovely Rose window, so we spent a few minutes in there and then headed to the train station. This is a beautiful building both outside and in, Cambridge train station could take a ...
... miles from home on the other side of the planet and we bump into a lovely couple who live yards away from Han and Ben . Couldn't have made it up if we tried lol . They know the Hare and Hounds and the Foot pubs we did name drop and said Ben had done a gig at the Hare and Hounds !! They are on their once in a lifetime holiday so we compared notes. After that we headed home as the only thing for it was a glass of wine . Just on that note ...
... the courting phase when we visited so there was a lot of activity (I won’t say any more on that).
A bit later we went down onto the beach to wait for the arrival of the Blue Penguins. This was a lot more successful than our last Penguin viewing. They are the world’s smallest penguin standing just over 25 cm. They are a lovely slate-blue with white tummy’s and they are cute very, very cute. They are found all around New Zealand's ...
... four bedrooms but there was the owners section as well plus a granny flat so I think it would have been a 7 or even 8 bedroom house. We had a common room as well and a dining room.
The gardens are beautiful and there are sheep, lambs, horses, cattle, chooks, ducks, puppies, lots of dogs and rabbits. We unpacked met our host Chrissie and explored a little we found the lambs first who were being hand fed so the two of them came up to us and sucked our fingers and head butted ...
... and danced a lot to some cracking disco tunes. Some All Blacks fans were saying commiserations to us, but I said that we were sorry they almost lost on their own turf. Fancy being the best rugby team in the world and winning by a margin of one - shameful isn't it? Haha! One guy was really patronising saying how the All Blacks were great this that and the other and we played terribly, well, Daisy soon shut him up by saying "yeah well we are having the last laugh because you have ...