Alexis Motor Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Alexis Motor Lodge Dunedin
Travel Blogs from Dunedin
... illustrating physics and biology - one was an air hockey table and another involved wearing a headset and competing against an opponent to move a ball towards the other goal by using your brainwaves only. The more you relaxed the more the ball moved towards the opponents goal - Sam beat me! We then went into the butterflies. There were lots of colourful ones flapping around with a big waterfall in the room and a few birds too. Tash didn't like ...
... factory and did the tour of the factory. This actually puts you off chocolate a bit as the sweet smell of chocolate is everywhere.It gets to you after a while. You also get a little ( and I mean little ) bag of chocolate before the tour starts. As we were a little hungry we hoed in that straight away before the tour commenced. Perhaps that was the reason why we were not impressed with the smell. All the same it was ...
I arrive on a bus at Dunedin railway station and am picked up by my friend from Kawai Purapura, Brit. She takes me to her sister-in-laws cafe and we have yummy bagels for lunch. Brit has kindly invited me to stay for the night, but first I have a few hours to explore the city.
Dunedin is famous for it's Scottish heritage and students, so I enjoy walking round ...
... coastline, serenaded by bell birds and our tent placed over a nice grassy blanket! Bliss!
The next day we visited the Purakaunui Falls and drove through Owaka where the Teapot Garden enticed us. Our aim was nugget point, a series of rocks which jut out of the ocean resembling golden nuggets. This was a highlight! It started with a rock occupied by a Royal Spoonbill colony and as we walked down, seals showed themselves in huge numbers. As we progressed ...
... up. The first were a young couple from Chicago who were on their honeymoon, the second were French and German and two from Mumbai. As Jane drove out of the. It's she gave us constant commentary about Dunedin and all the wild life that live in and around their shores. The roads seem to cling to the sides of the mountains with sheer drops to the sea but Jane obviously knew her way round. Jane was in mid flow of telling us something interesting when she suddenly stopped the bus and ...