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... anschauen konnte, kleine Reptilien, welche sich in den letzten 260 Millionen Jahren kaum verändert haben und welche man außer in Neuseeland nirgends anders in der Welt findet. Die meiste Zeit verbrachten wir allerdings im Schwimmbad, welches uns mit Sauna, warmen Pool und warmen Duschen bei dem Wetter sehr gelegen kam.
Als nächstes ging es entlang der Catlins Küste im Südosten der Insel. Auch wenn wir nicht das beste Wetter ...
... of the beach- spooky. But on closer inspection there were other bits of pottery and metal around so we think it was more likely an old rubbish pit rather than a dinosaur. Quite far removed from the gems we hoped to find!
Invercargill is, like Dundin, a town settled by the Scots, in fact the Invercargill Scots came from Dunedin around the mid-1850’s when they needed more space for their sheep and a better port to transport to and from Australia. We only stopped ...
... though so there's little risk of us getting wet.
Mindful of the weather we move on to Paurakauni Falls. A relatively short and pleasant walk through a forest brings us to the falls. They're quite impressive, larger than expected given the size of the river. The falls duly admired we move on again.
We stopped for lunch overlooking a bay, home to Cathedral Cave and Rocks. The rocks we could see. The cave we went to visit but the access ...
... the milk solids and ensures that the milk has not been tampered with.
I finished my placement by helping out on a Captec trial back at Lorneville. Shoulder and leg joints were sealed in plastic bags with a range of carbon dioxide content (50-100%) and then chilled for about 8 weeks to emulate the shipment to the UK. We then measured the CO2 content in the pouches to see how much had been taken up by the meat and then swabbed the ...
... it that South Island New Zealand was a huge canoe and god-like Maui, the Polynesian voyager, pulled up Stewart Island/Rakiura to be the anchor stone for his canoe. The chain sculpture at Stirling Point disappears into the sea, and apparently on Stewart Island there is a sculpture of the hook part of the anchor. It was pretty cool!
Bluff had a very quaint Maritime Museum, run by an ...