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Oceania » New Zealand » South Island » Dunedin March 15th 2006

and so it was time for the end of our traveling.. and for us to depart. A sad ending to an epic journey but one that will be continued. As long as I shall live... I will be a traveling gnome. Stay tuned for my next adventures!!! They might be with Hodge and Grant again, If I let them come along... read more
Mr. Gnome

Oceania » New Zealand » South Island » Dunedin March 1st 2006

last stop. DUNEDIN. it was OWEEK which meant that no pictures were taken. maybe because OWEEK is something that cannot be described with pictures.. but instead must be experienced... or maybe it was because we were to fucking drunk to take out or cameras!!... read more
the flat
the flat

Oceania » New Zealand » South Island » Dunedin May 17th 2004

We leave for the Big OE.... read more

Oceania » New Zealand » South Island » Dunedin March 5th 2004

A beautiful sunrise greeted us this morning, as we made our way to the hotel restaurant for an early buffet breakfast. It had been a clear, chilly night, and promised to be a nice morning. After breakfast, we started the drive to Dunedin. We drove past Lake Benmore, and stopped at the Benmore Dam which is used for hydro-power. Following the Waitaki River to the coast, we stopped for morning tea at Moeraki Boulders. A sea mist started rolling in, and turned the day a little bleak. We arrived into Dunedin at about lunchtime. After taking some photos of the town, and particularly the Railway Station, and a lunch of wedges with salsa, bacon and melted cheese, we hopped onto the coach and headed for Olveston House – a grand old home. When we arrived at ... read more
Benmore Dam
Moeraki Boulders

Oceania » New Zealand » South Island » Dunedin August 10th 2003

hi. my name is brad. i am in new zealand. and we have seen yet even more cool stuff. Yesterday we finished up the adventure city of Queenstown with the famous Gondola. This is the launching spot for several hot activities. Bunjee, parasail etc. It is essentially a modern indoor skilift sort of thing to the top of a very large hill. Of course it cost way too much, and being hte ultra-fit people we and lara hiked our way up. It made us stinky and hot on a cold day...but we felt o-so in-tune with nature. At the top they have arranged some good times to be had on downhill luge karts. They have the scenic and the fast routes. Heaps of fun with just enough danger to make it thrilling. That night me ... read more
The apocalypse
Sea Lion Beach

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