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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... scattered along the beach. We got there as the tide was coming in, and it proved both scenic to watch and entertaining to dodge the waves as we clambered about on the boulders.
And so we reached Dunedin, a beautiful old city of steep streets. By far the most exciting thing we've done here was visit the Cadbury factory for a tour of the chocolate making facilities. Very impressive! There are pipes full of chocolate that ...
... butteryfly enclosure. Capped it off with a bit of Maori and Polynesian culture and a tour of the science room with all kinds of weird and wacky inventions. Harrison was enthralled by the museum and for 15mins he even sat in a lounge chair and put his head in a picture book that showed off all kinds of skeletons, artefacts and antiquities. It was a real surprise for us to see him like that.
Left about 5pm and stopped out the front ...
Good afternoon everyone! Happy Sunday! I went to a church service this morning and it was interesting.... It was a lot smaller than my church, but nice. It was held in a bowling club! The pastor did not deliver as strong as a message as Pastor John, but it was quaint and nice. I think I may go to a different church next week. So far NZ has been a beautiful country to ...
... the water was pretty much a dead lift! After practicing tows, we practiced the vice grip which is what we do in the event of a spinal injury and after that we did a scenario. There we had an unconscious victim who had drowned and had to drag him out, and perform CPR. All went well. I got changed, helped the guys clean up and got a lift home from the supervisor. I really didn't feel like hanging around the bus stop for half an hour to then walk 20 minutes home. ...
... before having to be back up the street for our bus tour. The tour took us around the harbour, up to view , Beach, back through Dunedin City, looked at some of the many churches and schools, past Olveston House, over the other side of town to steepest street in the world. We then went up to a lookout, and back past the university, and by this time it was time we headed back to the ...