Otago Peninsula Motel
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So much to see and do here in Dunny Din and we think we will have to extend our stay for a day. It's been another challenging day with the wind, we even got the front tyres to squeal being blown sideways, a bit scary but Trent the Triffic Transit truck just powered on! We cut across from Te Anau to Gore and then into Dunedin. The countryside has changed from ...
... got too much for us, we went back to the main part of the museum and had a look at some of the exhibits about the Maori and the other people of the Pacific. Some of the other highlights were the Sir Edmund Hillary exhibit and the World War I nurses exhibition. Two hours was definitely not enough.
The museum is close to the Otago University, which had been subject to the threat of a mass shooting today, so there was an increased police ...
... attempt to climb! We're then heading up the coast to Oamaru where apparently we can see loads of penguins returning to their nests on the beach at dusk after a day out at sea. Mount Cook, Lake Tekapo, Christchurch and Kaikoura are still yet to be explored in the remaining ten days in New Zealand with going to a rugby match, swimming with dolphins and whale watching will be on the agenda! Not long now until our adventure down under begins! Speak soon! Rob and ...
... world’s great train trips.” It wasn’t. But such is life. So, what was wrong with the train ride, Jim? Let me tell you. First of all, it was a train to nowhere. There was an interim stop, at Hindon, where he locals were out with their crafts to sell to the tourists. The destination was Pukerangi, perhaps a train station at some point in time, where all we did was turn around and head back. Other than that, nothing. Perhaps I ...
... situated between a wonderful beach and a rocky outcrop of petrified forest. We set up camp, had supper and made our way to the rare Yellow Eyed Penguin colony. It was not really a colony because there were only a few and only one came ashore while we were there. It was lovely seeing her arrive and feed her chicks. She posed gracefully in front of a load of people who were clicking away below (unusual as they are very shy and could have returned to the sea!). ...