Dunedin New Zealand

(this is a recap from a 2007 trip and adding to blog)

We pulled up to the city on a Princess cruise ship.

Dunedin is the Edinborough of the southern hemisphere. It was a gorgeous day and the scenery amazing. We took a classic car tour of Dunedin.

This was by far the highlight of our trip. We rode in a 1964 Jaguar limousine that had been restored – it was actually the Prime Minister of Australia’s personal limousine a long time ago. What a treat!

We rode around in a private tour of the city – visited Speight’s brewery and also some old original houses in museums from the original settlers of Dunedin.

The Speight’s brewery was quite interesting – they have a natural flowing spring into the brewery that over 300 people daily from the local area come to get free pure water from a tap outside the brewery.



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