Dunedin is one of the rare city’s in New Zealand that has something you could call architecture. 😀 I really liked seeing something like old buildings again and the Scottish style this city has is nice. Dunedin also is a city with very big height differences so drinking in it is really confusing, but the upside to this is that I could visit the steepest street in the world, according to the Guinness Book of world Records that is.
The first few days of February I spend with other people I med in Picton and some more friends of them in a car traveling around the South.
We started together in Christchurch and continued to Travel South to Dunedin and from there over to Milford Sound, I already wrote an Blog for that: https://paulwbal.wordpress.com/2016/02/13/milford-sound/ and then on to Queenstown and so on, I will write extra Blog entries for that, but for now enjoy the Pictures of my Trip until then 🙂
This was the first evening together with the others in Christchurch, we had a bountiful sunset and a nice evening with people we med there.
This is taken from the Akaroa Peninsula next to Christchurch, I went swimming with Dolphins there which was a wonderful experience I sadly have no pictures of…
The first Campsite really outside of Christchurch with this nice view and a amazing night Sky where you could see lots of stars.
A nice hiking trip to some waterfalls 🙂
And again a beautiful sunset at a nice campsite.
The next few pictures a from Oamaru, the self proclaimed “coolest city of New Zealand”, it has an European atmosphere because of the ambitions building projects of the settlers.
The boulder Rocks.
Dunedin a nice very Scottish student city.
Driving in the Evening with this beautiful sunset, but sadly we only had to drive further because our campsite guide did not tell us that you can only sleep in cars there and that tents are not permitted. So we continued to drive in the direction of Milford Sound where a campsite was supposed to be on the way, however we were very lucky that someone noticed us as we took a break and offered us to camp in his garden, skeptical at first we accepted the offer and it turned out to be great, it was a very nice family that took us in and even allowed us to use their shower, which is a great thing after you only had the shitty ones of free campsites, if they even happen to have one.
The next thing already was Milford Sound which i already wrote a Blog about (you find the Link above). I did’t include pictures of the others because I forget to ask them if it’s okay and now it would be kinda weird so yeah. I hope I could give you some impressions of that time and that I will get the other Blogs about my February up soon 🙂