858 George Street
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... a tree and said there was a rare owl sitting on one of the branches. pat didn't see it right away as its feathers very cleverly camouflaged it against the tree bark, we were about 8metres away from it, brilliant. We eventually arrived at the albatross observatory, we had been told before hand that there was no guarantee that we would see any of the wildlife. We first went into a room where they showed us a film about the birds and gave us some interesting facts and then we made our way ...
... all about Dunedin. I think I would know.”
Later that day while walking through Dunedin's city centre.
Alyssa, after spotting a familiar building. A building that is on pretty much every piece of tourist propaganda regarding Dunedin, “Wait.. you don't think that could be the train station, do you...?”
Josh - *face palm*
to the wonderful world of travelling with Alyssa. Only three more
... down and the mist had descended. Wanaka is a really beautiful town beside a lake and I enjoyed a walk around the lake which was made even more beautiful by the shades of brown on the trees- I still can’t accept Easter in Autumn! In the evening I went to a unique cinema with big, comfy chairs and freshly baked cookies and homemade ice cream in the interval- this is how all cinemas should be!
The next day I drove to Aoraki or Mount ...
... from California. Big things were Improv comedy (we tried a few scenes), lans and lan-parties, and life in new zealand.
* The world steepest street (someone got a streetplan from another city, overlaid in on Dunedin's location and started creating the city - not caring at all if the layout made sense with the great changes in height, this city has.
... Lisa commented, “Wow! He sure left quickly.” As we walked the same way he went, he really was long gone.
We easily made our way back to the room. Feeling bushed, we watched a little TV and then crashed. I guess we’re over any kind of jet lag at this point. Tomorrow we will be picking up the Southern Scenic Route (heading to the southern-most part of the country). Really looking forward to immersing ourselves in this beautiful part of the world!