Alhambra Oaks Motor Lodge
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... and sheltered near the door. The rest of us wandered round then at 11 one of the keepers came with a big case of new butterflies that had hatched that night. She took them out one by one and explained a bit about them to us (there were only 3 other people watching) and placed some on us 0 Ed took the first one. We had quite a few settle on us and Ed aqnd Sam had one on their heads. This part was awesome according to Ed, though Tash had to go ...
... br> We finished our day with a visit to the Settlers Museum. Wow what a great place to visit, so big and so very informative. It covers all you can possibly think off and more. Carol you would have loved it.
So , we had a successful day and saw lots of great things.
Thank you Dunedin for allowing us to look at your amazing city
On the road again tomorrow, heading further south. Invercargill tomorrow.
See you there
... some pictures.
I also visit the Otago free settlers museum which is free and has lots to see. I get some nice shots from upstairs in the railway station then head to Cadbury's world for some cheap chocolate!
I then meet Brit and we head back to her farmhouse which she part owns with her husband Baz and her inlaws. The drive takes about 20 mins up the coast ...
... lighthouse the seal colony really became apparent! We reached the lighthouse and rocks which extends out to sea. It was a great location, and we then continued to Dunedin. We stayed at the top 10 at Dunedin. We first visited the peninsula with a boat trip with Monarch, to see Albatross and blue penguins. We also saw sea lions and Stewart Island Shags. We then visited the Albatross centre which was very informative. They have a small colony of Northern ...
... 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 ...