Harington Point Village Motels
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We stayed in Dunedin this morning and looked round the Dunedin Railway Station and then had a wander through the town, passing through The centre of the City - The Octagon. We also visited the Otago Museum, it was on four floors, with each floor given over to different exhibitions. We only managed to cover two and a half floors, before exhaustion set in. One of our favourites ...
... were past their best. We wandered through some other garden areas before finding some aviaries with a lot of brightly coloured birds. Quite a few were from other parts of the world but there were some natives, including the usual Kaka and Parakeets. After this we visited the steepest residential road in the world. Took a picture but didn't feel the need to climb it. After this, one last stop which was Signal Hill Lookout to see views over Dunedin.
... all about Dunedin. I think I would know.”
Later that day while walking through Dunedin's city centre.
Alyssa, after spotting a familiar building. A building that is on pretty much every piece of tourist propaganda regarding Dunedin, “Wait.. you don't think that could be the train station, do you...?”
Josh - *face palm*
to the wonderful world of travelling with Alyssa. Only three more ...
We visited Dunedin for 2 days, with as highlights:
* The otago peninsula is a famed eco-system here, where all kinds of animals aggregate. Didn't see much of those, but we had a good time cycling up and down the peninsula. Though the steepness was kinda ******* Simon's knee and the total distance (+/-57km) was a bit more than we thought it would be, I liked to ...
... This morning I was up bright and early for a 9am International Student Welcome. We listened to a lot of important safety and school information and then there was a free BBQ. Very impressed by and grateful for the vegetarian options at these BBQs. There was a traditional Maori dancing and a lot of booths set up handing out chocolate and information. There was also a gumboot toss…Which is seriously a black ...