Dunedin Travel Blog› entry 15 of 56 › view all entries
Before she enters the Octagon she's Princess Street, but after the block-long ride she becomes a he. On the otherside she's George Street.
Well I found free internet at the public library...you just can't access your email and I can't upload photos on here either...bummer, but at least I can type for free. Might just have to wait for a HUGE influx of photos when I get back to Auckland and join the world of the wireless again. Ah, luxury.
Dunedin (Dun EE din: all the towns are pronounced quite differently than I originally thought) is one of the four most populated cities in NZ...I think. A lot of the cities look quite similar, scattered on a hillside are the houses, then down in the valley are the shops, bars, cafes, and backpackers.
I've been finding it very hard not to buy clothes or food (like eating out food). I've been good with the lack of clothing shopping..not so good with the muffins and ice cream. At least each time I buy one (muffins OR ice cream) I try a new flavor. Hocky Pocky is the famous NZ flavor...oh my god is it sweet. I think it's mainly vanilla with some sort of toffee crunch stuff. I think once was enough. My next splurge will have to be a much needed haircut... then maybe a few fun purchases with my first paycheck...if/when I finally get a job...waiting for Greenpeace to call me back...and with free internet at the moment I'll do some more hunting...sucks email isn't free.
Off to Lake Tekapo tomorrow morning!