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Talk about having to yield! It was quite an experience to ride over this long, one-lane bridge. Never wanting to do more work than what's necessary, the Kiwis who built this bridge decided to get more bang for their buck and installed a rail line on top of the bridge.
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Talk about having to yield! It was quite an experience to ride over this long, one-lane bridge. Never wanting to do more work than what's necessary, the Kiwis who built this bridge decided to get more bang for their buck and installed a rail line on top of the bridge.
The day before I left New Zealand for Fiji, I stopped down by the marina to check out some of the boats competing for the America's Cup. At the time the competition was winding down, but Team Oracle (USA) was one of only three remaining. The ended up losing though, and the Swiss went on to win (who knew the Swiss could sail?).
This is a pretty cool view of the University of Otago campus. Only about half of the campus is visible while the other half is obstructed or out of the picture to the right.
The Tasman Sea continues to slowly eat away at the cliffs of New Zealand's western coastline.
The waves came in and caused quite a ruckus as they sloshed around in this narrow inlet.
In several places, the waves came in and shot up through holes in the rocks as you can see here.
The waves relentlessly pound the west coast of the South Island.
On our way north to the Queen Charlotte Track from Queenstown, we stopped at Pancake Rocks. I'm sure you can see where the name came from---the rocks really do resemble stacks of pancakes! This was a very cool place.
I really couldn't get enough of the waves crashing into the rugged coastline here at Pancake Rocks.

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One Lane Bridge