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Off we trotted to the Otago Peninsula - very scenic drive around the edge of the river mouth and decided to be tourists and go to Larnach Castle, the one and only castle in NZ. This has been privately owned since 1967 when it was purchased and in a sad state of neglect but now is still an ongoing restoration. Wow it was beautiful and the most …
We had the most beautiful day yesterday and a wild wild night of blowing gale force winds. I could lay in bed and see the snow on the mountain which was lovely and I will admit, yes, we did go to bed whilst still light (9pm) - a long day, so neither slept well.
Raining and cold and bleak on the drive away from the mountains but we had another …
... didn’t have to pick up our cases because they were booked right through from Dunedin to Melbourne.
There is a free bus between airports, so we caught that to the International Airport. They are an alleged 10 minutes walk apart, but I suspect it is more, having walked it before. Anyway, today we took the bus to spare John’s back. We had lunch, and hung out for a couple of hours until it was time ...
... and very sad. It centred around the story of Rob Hall,
the New Zealand climber who lost his life.
The movie was held in a very interesting building, that was the old
Empire Theatre De Luxe, and some of its old décor had been left as
example of its past.
Steph picked us up afterwards and we met John at the Mornington
Bakery for a pie and ...
... a rasping purring noise. It was a marvellous opportunity for us to see these tiny penguins and we lingered on the platform for about an hour, seeing a couple of rafts making shore, as well as two birds coming in on their own. If you want to find out a little about this penguin species, take a look here: http://nzbirdsonline.org.nz/species/lit tle-penguin. By the time the lights were turned off and we had taken the winding coast road back to the edge of Dunedin, we were quite ready for our ...