As the little blue penguins were due to come ashore at dusk, we decided to hang around the campsite this morning and head out to see the sights of the Peninsula this afternoon, ending up at Pilots Beach (in the photo) for some penguin spotting! We got some washing done and then went into the village to the Penguin Cafe for lunch. We ate sandwiches and shared a pot of tea (after being baffled by the choice of fourteen different teas, and eventually working out tha...
Laura and Dave's World Tour!
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After our second 'free' night in a row, we were ready for a powered site again and decided to head out of Dunedin towards a campsite on the Otago Peninsula. The peninsula is famous for it's stunning scenery, with views of Dunedin and the harbour along the hill road, and it's wildlife. The area is a sanctuary for yellow-eyed and blue penguins, as well as being one of the few places in the world where the huge Royal Albatross nest on land - they spend most of their...