Tag Archives: Dunedin Botanical Gardens

and so far

and so far I have enjoyed the #100daychallenge, but am surprised to find that it is easier to take photo’s during the week than it is the weekend, when the whole idea was to put a bomb under my week … Continue reading

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seasonally speaking

Well hello there winter – nice to have you back. How was your time on the other side of the globe? We’ve had all sorts here – it seems that summer and autumn were just not in the mood to … Continue reading

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just lovely

Spring is most boldly and brightly here – the air is light, the buds are popping, and there is a lazy warmth permeating the days. Today has been the first Sunday that I will now no longer be working, and … Continue reading

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Winter Holidays

The school holidays are afoot, so the days are filled with the daily mantra “what are we doing today?” So far we have attended an all-afternoon party, spent the day at the beach, been to an indoor playground, had visiting … Continue reading

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Home – Dunedin Botanical Gardens in Autumn

Dunedin Botanical Gardens, established in 1863, New Zealands first Botanic Garden, covering 28 hectares of land, with over 6800 plant species. Now listed as a Garden of International Significance, one of only¬†five in New Zealand. Probably my favourite place in … Continue reading

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moments to slow down for

To start the school holidays we headed this morning to the Dunedin Botanical Gardens, it was gray and chilly but the kids never seem to mind. We fed ducks, scooted the walkways, and played in the trees. It’s such a … Continue reading

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Feel free to visit anytime

For the last four days we have had visitors from Australia, to be known from this point on as Granny & Janma as that’s what the kids call them. It has been so lovely to have them here, we have … Continue reading

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