Farrys Motel / Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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... be flying anywhere today, let alone three flights back to Adelaide! But armed with his pharmacopoeia of drugs, he stood up to it remarkably well. After an initial bit of bucking above Dunedin, things evened out to a smooth and scenic flight up the east coast of New Zealand to Auckland. John had a spare seat next to him, in case he needed to spread out a little. We landed nicely in Auckland just before lunch. ...
MONDAY 5th OCTOBER 2015
Storms all gone, electricity working beautifully!
The boys and I got up a bit earlier this morning, because we were
going into Dunedin to see the movie "Everest". I love reading books
about mountaineering, especially Everest, so I knew a lot about this
tragic incident which occurred in 1996. It was an excellent movie,
... paradiso.net.nz). Commander of the Skies :-) I woke before my alarm the next day with excitement butterflies in my stomach, today I was going flying! For a very reasonable price, at Learn to New Zealand in Wanaka, you can have a flying lesson where you literally do everything, from turning the ignition on to landing the plane and taxiing back to the hangar. It was such an amazing experience from start to finish and pretty exhilarating! (https://www.learntoflynz.com). I flew ...
... the little blues (with their white bellies) because of lighting on the under side of the deck but, as well as enjoying the sight of their evening antics, we were also treated to a lively soundtrack. As well as being the smallest penguins in the world, these are also the noisiest. Deep calls, which are incredibly loud for a creature of this size, are made by adults on land to their comrades out at sea. The birds still in the water reply with a short barking cry. For their part, the ...
Ok. The plan from yesterday was to get to the anticipated furtherest point, so that our journey today would be simply pacing ourselves with the various stops and walks and sightseeing as we wend our way back to Dunedin. Waikawa is that point. Dave looks at Google maps and it is roughly 175 kms, but Google also is indicating that it will be about 2.5 hours. At an average speed of 70 kph this seems slow, but as we know from cycling, when the road wasn't ...