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Yellow-eyed penguins

Woke up early and headed from our unknown driveway down to the sea for breakfast. After brekkie we headed towards Invercargill which was a medium city, so we passed through after refuelling. We did head down to Bluff, famous for its Oysters, but unfortunately they are not in season, Chris was...

permalink written by  chrischarly on January 19, 2012 from Bluff, New Zealand
from the travel blog: Chris and Charly Down Under



Been There, Done That

Yes, I'm aware it's possibly the least interesting part of New Zealand and yes, I'm aware of how much petrol we may have wasted getting there but I just wanted to say I'd been there ok?

permalink written by  Koala Bear on February 16, 2009 from Bluff, New Zealand
from the travel blog: Tiny Little NZ Road Trip



Day 20: Winton to Bluff

We leave Winton at a leisurely 9am, noticing the feature town statuary. We have, by chance, timed the final stage of our cycling epic for Waitangi Day, (New Zealand Day). So Invercargill is very quiet as we pass through, pausing to book in at the Tuatara Lodge YHA. Claud carefully reads the...

permalink written by  John and Claud on February 5, 2007 from Bluff, New Zealand
from the travel blog: Cape Reinga to Bluff



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