The Sahara Guesthouse & Motel
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... Sound where I took a cruise. The landscapeduring the cruise was just amazing. We also where fortunate to be able to see seals and then had about 10 dolphins ride our boats waves for a while. Never have I seen wild dolphins so close.
I will be staying in Dunedin for two nights where I hope to see a couple of the museums and the Otago peninsula. ...
... mid 1940s. However, we got plenty of pics of the town, local churches, schools, buildings and the old quarry (now golf course & housing estate), but the modern Dunedin may still hold some memories for Graeme’s mum.
We enjoyed our time on the east coast, but from here, we are back to Christchurch to see up close the destruction of the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.
Graeme & ...
lovely final week staying with Alan and Irene at their flat in central Brissie... Ate very well, relaxed, visited friends and family and generally soaked up super Henderson and Brisbane hospitality. Downtown buzzing with the G20. Police on foot, on bikes, motorbikes, boats, horses and in helicopters - thousands of them. 30 fed police staying in our block. But Brisbane a more relaxed and spacious place ...
... still runny chocolate, and the
highlight was seeing the ‘Chocolate fall’ which is one tonne of molten
chocolate being dropped to resemble a waterfall – we simply couldn’t quite get
our heads around this, it was so random the whole experience was pretty
hilarious. Anyway, it was funny to see the look on the receptionists face when
Rob said he was from Bournville, and the whole thing ...
... road and it was slower going now - not only was the road busier and also more up/down, including one monster hill just north of Dunedin, but there was plenty of roadworks too, forcing us down to 30km/h. Drove on to Dunedin and the entry is from a hill to the northwest looking right over the city with the beach in the background. Nice. We stopped by the very impressive central train station for a photo, and then went back to the Otago Museum ...