Larnach Castle Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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WEDNESDAY 7th OCTOBER 2015
What a wild, windy day it's been ! Severe weather advice with a warning for winds up to
140km per hour.
Steph, Mac and I left early for the airport, as Mac hoped to get photos of Cam’s plane from
Auckland landing. On the way to the airport it wasn’t looking good – the car was very much being buffeted by side winds! However, we dropped Mac at the road near the end ...
... a stretch of water 16km long that runs out to the sea and is surrounded by massive mountains. Rudyard Kipling described it as the eight wonder of world (Like the 'finest drive in the world' we've heard a lot of places we've visited described as the 'eighth wonder of the world). But Mr. Kipling does have point though. Milford Sound looks amazing. Apparently it's rainy every other day there but we were lucky enough to see the sun rise over the ...
... every night as it's getting dark. We braved the cold south wind to watch them come in, and were rewarded by seeing a few swim out of the ocean and creep along the sand to their nests in the nearby rocks. These little guys are the world's smallest penguins, only 40cm tall at best - our lot seemed even smaller than that! They looked comical as they crept, hopped, and slipped along the beach, like they were trying to be very ...
... but drives like he has lights and sirens on. The last 36 hours has felt like someone entirely different has been driving me around...slow and steady!
The Drop- After taking a picture of the Dunedin train depot and admiring its architecture, Cindy pivoted to take a picture of the Cadbury Chocolate Factory. I thought it would be great fun to send a picture of it to Katie since she was a Cadbury ...
... 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 ...