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... at not much more than a hundred pages, but it is brilliant. Dare if you will to take a journey through time to the year 802,701, where the nameless Time Traveller meets the Morlocks and the Eloi, the remains of our modern day society. He travels further still into the future with shocking consequences for mankind. Will he make it back? Will be he believed or ridiculed on his return? It is a brilliant book and has definitely made me want to read all of the books by H. G. ...
... The area itself is just a port with not much to offer. some scenery at the very top , but by now it was beginning to get very grey and dark.
Had a little drive around the town and soaked in the local culture.
It has been raining for the last couple of hours but we are snug in Lamb Chops with the heater on.
Will drive to Te Anau tomorrow, not too far away, but then again nothing is very far away here, which is good.
Join us, we will be departing around ...
... teacher in town, also her over 80 years old teacher was there. Had an interesting conversation with her. In the theatre you could eat ice cream and drink beer (its not possible in Germany). Even I went with my backpackers clothing into theatre ( I have less bagagge), nobody cared, very sympathetic to the ...
New Year's Eve found us in Invercargill.
We had been given contact details of a family in the town and popped in to see them - D & K were so welcoming, we ended up staying with them for 3 days.
A "Scottish" town - some nice buildings.
The Bluff - not quite the Southern-most point of South Island, invigorating wind and beautiful coast-line
... Yellow-eyed penguins, however it was still raining at this point and we were too early in the day to see any penguins.
McLeans falls were our last stop today and proved totally worth the detour, after a relatively short walk through the bush we found ourselves looking up at this really cool waterfall, giving us chance to scramble up the rocks for a better look and some cool photos that show the scale a bit ...