January 15, 2005 We spent two days in Dunedin. On the second day we climbed back on our bikes and explored the Otago peninsula. This is one of the many bus shelters with its unique mural that we saw along the road.
Looking back from the end of the Otago Peninsula, down the inlet toward Dunedin. Once you’re well onto the Peninsula, which is about 25 kilometers long, you feel far from the city hustle and bustle of Dunedin.
January 16, 2005 Early Sunday morning, preparing to load our belongings onto the shuttle bus to the airport. Dunedin isn’t a large city and we had figured we’d just hop on our bikes and ride to the airport. Then we discovered that the airport was 27km from the town centre and can only be reached via highways on which they don’t allow bikes. So we switched to plan B and arranged a shuttle.