Harington Point Village Motels
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... landed heavily on the runway! Not surprised.
Deb was at the airport to chauffeur us home. It was great to see her again. Jordy was having her 'examination’ for her coming baptism this Sunday, along with her friends Chloe and Georgie. It’s is such a blessing from God that these three lovely young ladies have chosen to follow their God.
It seemed strange to be home, and hot! It had been ...
lambs bleating, and I just stood and thought for a moment of David
minding his flock on the hills of Israel as it was getting dark in the
cool of the evening. It was a special moment.
To those of you who are wondering why I haven’t
communicated with you : I don’t have my mobile phone here
with me, nor will my computer send emails. ...
Up early for the long drive from Te Anau near Milford Sound to Dunedin on the East coast. On the way we stopped for my morning cup of joe at a cafe called The Buzz. We chatted with some of the locals. We asked them who had won yesterdays semi-final World Cup Cricket match game between New Zealand and Australia and they proudly said that NZ won.
As we chatted about cricket, and they explained a few more of the complex rules ...
... but must be the smallest waterfall ever officially named. You'll see from the photos that the surveyor who named this one had a sense of humour. We still get some good photos of the site despite the small a out of water trickling and have a smile about NZs version of Niagara. Our two breakfast options were Curio Bay and Niagara Falls, but we are still too early. At McLean Falls, there is a holiday camp with a comprehensive cafe the "Whistling Frog". ...
... and also the odd supermarket. Dunedin itself seems to appear out of nowhere. It's a large, spread out city, which is known for being a student town. There is a university here, so most of the housing is student accommodation which sadly makes the city look a little run down. The main attraction here I would say, is the stadium. It was used for the 2011 rugby World Cup I think, and is still ...