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... the way, because the view from the top..if we make it...with be worth all efforts. After that, we will have a lovely, well deserved sleep for certain. The rest of my break consists of more once-in-a-lifetime extreme sports adventures and living my life on the edge! Confronting fear and not letting it control me is the new stance on life I am taking. I am doing what makes my life exhilarating and worth living for (as not everyone's dreams are alike) and I pray all of you can do the same ...
... is right so seeing them fly is not guaranteed. We were so lucky they were on good form and watched several soaring past the hide. they are absolutely incredible with their huge wingspan.
after that we went on a 2 hour hike to lovers leap - yet more glorious scenery.
all in all the 3 days I dunedin/otaga peninsula have been another extraordinary time. We're still loving it all.
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... own a chain of gift shops between them. I don't think money was a worry to them and didn't like to ask what it cost to buy into the "village" but the amenity/entertainment package sounded more extravagant than I think Dave would put on at his Hotel Marigold. It was the annual Thieves' Market in the Octagon in Dunedin and there were, musicians, dancers, rides and stalls so this was a good atmosphere for our sight seeing. Dunedin has very close links ...
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I chose to research the Royal Albatross because I wanted to learn many things about them and because I visited Taiaroa Head while I was in Dunedin. Royal Albatross are are the world's largest seabird. They are also called "Toroa". There are around 860 of them in the world.
Albatross are the worlds largest seabird and their ...
We learned that these penguins are endangered because they have not adapted to changes in their environment, whereas other penguin species have not become endangered because they have been able to cope by migrating when weather changes or deriving support through colonization to deal with food shortages, predators and other issues that threaten survival. Simply put, the ...