I used the Dunedin Taxis app was was excellent. I didn't have to wait longer than about 5 - 10 min. However I did try and use the service last night and taxi 165 never turned up. I was waiting in the ...
First journey as visitors to CHC was within 2 kms of taxi depot) driver couldn't find our motel and didn't appear to have GPs. Second time called from CHC city centre, after 20 mins cab hadn't turn...
I just waited for a couple of minutes before my cab arrived. A very reliable mode of transportation when you are travelling here in Dunedin. Bevin was chatty and I enjoyed his company while he was dri...
Cell or landline, this is a clear and efficient booking system with text updates too! Prices should make the drivers blush a little, but Uber is yet to arrive. Very well presented vehicles and drive...
Dunedin is a city that combines history, modernity and natural charm. There are many slate tiles and iron roofs in the city. The spires are everywhere, and the greenery here is particularly good. Walking on the street feels like a large garden blending classical and modern.
Come to Dunedin, you can go shopping in the shops of the downtown octagonal square, take a nap in the cafe, see the famous St. Paul's Church is a very pleasant choice, or go to the suburbs to visit the old house, go Otago University, New Zealand's oldest institution, walks.
You can also drive to the Otago Peninsula to see the peninsula of Lanark Castle or go to the Wildlife Sanctuary to see penguins or albatrosses.
Dunedin is located in the South Island of New Zealand, not far from Queenstown, Christchurch. There are several flights a day from Dunhuang to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. It takes about 6 hours by car from Christchurch and about 5 hours by bus from Queenstown to Dunedin.
But Nitin is so small and fresh. The clear blue sky, the building is like a castle, surrounded by green plants.
is different from the consistent image of the big city in the impression. This is a city full of mountains and waters. Every breath we breathe seems to be especially fresh here.
After we disembarked from the Princess Cruise, we walked aimlessly in the city. I ate a long-lost Cantonese dim sum, strolled through several souvenir shops, took a ride through the park, and lay in the sun.
This trip, let us learn: every place has free sunbathing~
Dunedin, the second largest city in the South Island, we have forgotten to go to the Red Railway Station, but we went to see the famous big slope. Baldwin Street in Dunedin is certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. The steepest street in the world. This street is now completely broken by some netizens who have opened their minds. All kinds of funny photos on Baldwin Street are instantly on the Internet. Baldwin Street is a short, straight street with a total length of about 350 meters. The surface of the 200-meter section with the lowest street slope is asphalt because of its ordinary slope. The higher section of this dead end is because the slope is too steep, so the surface is concrete. Worried about the safety of roads caused by frost on winter roads, the slopes become half of the cement roads, or when the weather is too hot, avoid the melting of the asphalt and the last way down the slope.
Dunedin's entire urban architecture is typical of the Scottish style and is known as the most like Scotland outside of Scotland. The whole city is surrounded by mountains and waters and the environment is very good. There are also a variety of sprouting animals.
From Christchurch, follow the SH1 road all the way south, south through the plains of Canterbury, and pass through the small towns of Timaru and Oamaru. It takes more than five hours to get to the nearest Antarctica. The big city is also the second largest city in the South Island after Christchurch. Of course, here, please dont compare the big cities in China with the bustling, just a little noise. The gold rush of the 1860s made the city the largest and most prosperous city in New Zealand. Although the past glory was not there, the Victorian architecture was preserved, noble and elegant, and it became Otago. The gateway to the region.
To Dunedin all the way, I really felt the New Zealand character of this 4.6 million population, but with 17 million cattle and sheep: more sheep than people. The abundant grass and wide mountains make them the happiest animals in the world. They don't have to worry about the sneak attack of the wolf and the tiger leopard. They hungry and graze, sleepy and lie down, and when they are cold, they huddle together and warm each other. When you are hot, you are lazy in the shade of the trees... The calm and lazy eyes dont want to turn around, let people see the new happy ~
sheep and goats along the way, cattle and cattle, and the hay Prepared for them~