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Food, wine, local customs and the environment all figure prominently in Charles's trip - as well as his planned birthday bash on Perth beach
Quelle:: The Prince of Wales
Quite a number of the stations during Prince Charles's ongoing trip to New Zealand and Australia have to do with food, wine, local customs and the environment.
In Dunedin in New Zealand, Charles visited the Orokonui Sanctuary - a protected forest for New Zealand's endangered birds, reptiles and plants, such as the Takahe bird which was once thought to be extinct.
At the Cawthron Institute in Nelson, Charles was introduced to the Institute's research on algae and vertebrae and shown the first female scampi bred in captivity, which the establishment, much to Charles's amusement, had christened Camilla.
In a communal place, called Turangawaewae Marae or "the meeting place", Charles was greeted by Maori tribesmen performing traditional welcome ceremonies.
Continuing his voyage into Australia, Charles visited the Tanunda winery in the Barossa valley.
And on 14 November, he plans to celebrate his 67th birthday with a party on the beach of Perth.
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