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Through the window glass ................

So here we are in Dunedin, another stop on our 2011 New Zealand cruise, ‘you must go and see the railway station’ we were told; it is a must see historic building that was opened in 1906 ans still used (albeit for tourist trains) today.  208 more words

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Part 3: Dunedin, the East Coast and Mount Cook

We arrived at Dunedin in the early evening but with both our phones dead and the information centre in town closed we could only find a holiday park to camp. 1,070 more words

With 120-run win, New Zealand takes series 4-1 against Sri Lanka

New Zealand pacer Corey Anderson appeals for LBW against Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara during the sixth ODI in Dunedin on Sunday. Photo: AFP

Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson fell marginally short of tons in setting up a target of 316 while the visitors were skittled for 195

New Zealand on…

With 120-run win, New Zealand takes series 4-1 against Sri Lanka

New Zealand pacer Corey Anderson appeals for LBW against Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara during the sixth ODI in Dunedin on Sunday. Photo: AFP

Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson fell marginally short of tons in setting up a target of 316 while the visitors were skittled for 195

New Zealand on…

25/1 Dunedin, The Cellar Bar Project

Listening to Madness’s ‘Oui Oui

Si Si Ja Ja Da Da’ album and

try to remain focused.

It feels as though I have arrived in Dunedin properly. 231 more words

Once upon a time a fire-breathing dragon . . .

Once upon a time, a fire-breathing dragon, with taste for young female flesh, lived in a cave in Krakow according to Wincenty Kadłubek (1161-1223), Bishop of Cracow and historian of Poland. 948 more words

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Post #12

In September of 2014, I challenged myself to enter a poetry competition.  I had never written poetry ‘seriously’ before.  But, this particular competition called to me, for a few reasons; 602 more words

Dunedin Chinese Garden