Argyle Court Motel

Corner Of George And Duke St., Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | Motel

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Day 10

A travel blog entry by richieh


... some lunch then went back to the ute and ate it. after lunch I went for a drive around Dunedin and saw a car chase in front of me. the cops were trying to chase the commodore but it was too quick, they eventually caught it after it slammed into a truck. the occupants were severely injured but still conscious. after seeing the chase I continued on driving around Dunedin. I decided to go fishing so I drove out of town and ...

In Search of Fat, Wooly Sheep in the Sun

A travel blog entry by mdod


... dunes and we watched him climb up the hill and into the dunes.

After that we drove 15 minutes over to Sandy Mount, Lover's Leap and the Chasm. I did get a picture of a wooly sheep on a green hill on the way but no sunshine. Surprisingly there were no toilets at either Sandfly or Sandy Mount.

The sign near the car park said Lookout to the right and Chasm and Lover’s Leap to the left. I didn’t realize the Lookout was part of ...

Driving south

A travel blog entry by suebar


... eggs on toast, cooked in the motel room, that evening the woman 'maitre de' (if there is such a thing), called us back and said she had a table. We both had a lovely venison dish followed by dessert plus of course, a glass of wine. The maitre de turned out to have a really dry sense of humour so what with a little repartee and the good food our spirits were soon restored. Then back to the motel "and so to bed"as Samuel Peypes used to say in his ...

Off to Dunedin for our Christmas and birthday week

A travel blog entry by tony-helen


Travelling to Dunedin this morning. This weekend trip is Helen and Tony's present from Clare and Byron. We have accommodation for a weekend away and match tickets for two games at the Dunedin stadium On the way there we stopped at the Clyde Dam for photos. We had lunch,meeting Jane,Paul, Jason and Todd, and then travelled together to meet at Cody's flat in Dunedin. Bottles and clock photos are worth looking ...

Our first port-of-call in NZ

A travel blog entry by jimandi


Our ship entered Otago Harbor, and docked at the port town of Port Chalmers, the port for Dunedin.

Immediately after breakfast, we left the ship and boarded a tour bus, which took us along the 10 or so miles of coastal road from Port Chalmers to Dunedin. We continued into and thru Dunedin, going around the harbor and returning back in the direction of the ship but on the opposite shore of the ...


This motel, located on Corner Of George And Duke St., Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Cadbury World, Monarch Wildlife Cruises, and Olveston.
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