858 George Street

Address: 858 George Street, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 858 George Street, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Otago Settlers Museum, Cadbury World, and Olveston.
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      Queenstown - Dunedin

      A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... left down had a no left turn sign. We have been doing to whole trip using only paper maps, the good old fashioned way! We eventually got out of the centre of town and headed into the windy hilly (very windy and hilly) streets of the suburbs looking for our caravan park. The petrol gauge was teetering just below E (we couldn't find a petrol station either), we were very low on petrol now and we still didn't quite know where we were ...

      On The Road

      A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Oct 29, 2014

      ... of a cheaper way to do New Zealand. Fuel works out to about 6 USD per gallon. Ouch! That reinforces the decision to buy a fuel efficient car. Overall this is an expensive place. Its a remote island in the south pacific and not many things are produced here, so costs are high. Saving money and making frugal decisions takes effort and is not always the most comfortable ...

      Chilling Out and Keeping Warm at Penny's

      A travel blog entry by cerikang on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... closer look at the animals, the water became really choppy and my weak stomach was finding it hard to settle. We saw lots of albatross flying above us and around the boat. We also saw some baby fur seals who were waiting for their mothers to return. I passed the camera to Dong Geun because I couldn't concentrate on taking photos while feeling really sea sick. Apart from feeling sick, it was a really good cruise (we weren't on the choppy water for most of the trip). ...

      Albatrosses and Penguins

      A travel blog entry by hulleys on Feb 10, 2014

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      ... who showed us the eight wheeled jeeps we would use for the trip. But first we had to put on long plastic macs to try and keep out the dust. Perry was a real character and kept us entertained throughout the trip. We saw seals with their pups and the rare Yellow-eyed and Little Blue penguins. The area is a very natural habitat but unfortunately under threat as the government wants to drill for oil just ...

      Royal Albatross

      A travel blog entry by thebartons99 on Feb 02, 2014

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      ... breed in September every year. They nest on tussock grassland. The egg hatches in the first three weeks of November. The egg weighs around 500g The egg hatches in late January to early February. The adults share the incubation duty. The parents protect the chick for 35 days. The chick takes off in September. The young albatross then spends around 3 to 5 years at sea. Then ...