Alexis Motor Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 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 ...
... the train as no roads traverse the same route. Weather improves and the rain eases. The line involves tunnels which are literally only about 6in away from the side of the train. Also, viaducts some as high as 75m. The journey takes 2 hours and turns around at Pukerangi (pic) and returns to Dunedin - total of 4 hours. Throughout our journey we are royally entertained by one of the employees (Joe) who absolutely loves his job, and it shows. Thank you Joe. A great ...
... woman on board, of whom there are quite a few. We’ve seen many of these same Hosts on previous cruises as there are always single woman to cater to; however, they don’t have any Hostesses for the men! Hmmmm!
The crew, on the other hand, is at the other end of the social scale. Jason gave me Cruise Confidential, by Bryan Bruns, to read on the cruise. It details the life of an American as a crew member on Carnival, and here I ...
... be like in our future home. We were amazed and confused at how temperate the place was year round. But, even taking in the reversed seasons from the switched hemispheres, the temperature was still hovering in the 70's and 80's in the winter and 60's and 70's in the summer. We're pretty sure the temperatures are supposed to be warmer in the summer... And...wait... isn't Dunedin pretty far south (er...yeah)? Wait... THERE IS A TOWN IN FLORIDA ALSO NAMED ...
... sitting on eggs in their nests whilst juveniles soared and played in the wind. We stayed at the centre until the little blue penguin tour at 9.15pm. When we arrived at the viewing platform we were told to look out for a dark moving patch on the sea. Thankfully the wind had calmed down so we could see the raft of penguins approach the beach. It was very well timed! Five minutes after we arrived around 30 penguins landed on the beach and ...