5 Star Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are some inventive people out there. After lunch we decide on a cruise on Lake Wakatipu. Nice way to spend an hour and a half. Up on the top deck it's comfortable with hat and sunglasses on. Late afternoon and we have one of our final walks back up the hill to our accommodation to do some work on our bikes ready for the ride out tomorrow. We've had a nice break in Queenstown, time to get back on the ...
Today is a day to just get a feel of life in Queenstown. No bungy jumping, paragliding, jumping from airplanes at 19,000 feet. Yes, all these things and more await the intrepid traveller to Queenstown. With a relaxing start to the morning, we wander through the mall and main streets along the lake front area. After a leisurely coffee to get us firing, we decide to walk along the Esplanade and then ...
... I stopped screaming and started laughing before I even caught tension and stopped the freefall. My theory as to that is that by then I was resigned to my fate and had accepted that there was nothing to be done about it. So might as well do it again.
We watched the rest of our group go (which is honestly incredibly terrifying. From our vantage point you just watched them disappear screaming over the edge and then hoped to see them again once they ...
... and we wondered if we'd make it back to Queenstown without prattling to a stop. Marc drove as economically as he could and it appears we had about a litre of fuel left when we made it to the petrol station, so it was a bit close!
We popped back to camp, left the car and walked into town, with a view to taking
Lotte to the playground for a bit and then having a nice final holiday dinner out together. Lotte was very keen on the swings (she'll stand and ...
... darted to catch the last few runs on the luge. Ryan and I careened down the track. I ensured he went first this time to avoid a repeat of China. Mom and Doug were not far behind racing in their matching Canada jackets. After an couple of exhilarating runs we headed inside for a massive buffet diner with spectacular views. From a great vantage we watched the sunset behind the mountains and then descended back to the hotel tired from our days ...