5 Star Lane
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... we attempted to walk to yesterday.
Although I knew ten years ago when last here that the glaciers are receeding due to global warming, to me they are now reduced by half, we didn't see Franz by foot. So we knew chopper was the only way to truly experience the brillant colour and appreciate the glaciers. Forty minutes for $320 was well worth it to us, we may never see them like this again.
... to not help. So we're booked in another night maybe two. The sun is out and we are sitting in it. I went for a walk into town and scoped out potential bike paths. Decided it would be too much today and that another night would be good so we could just have slow morning and go on a bike ride tomorrow. Slower pace is good and we both enjoyed a spa ! ...
... was definitely more confident going into my third jumps of the day. The photos look pretty cool with the blue sky, lake and snowy mountains in the background. I think I'm done with bungys, at least for a couple of years. For the rest of Friday afternoon, my dad drove us a few miles down the road to a small town called Arrowtown. It is an old gold mining town with loads of original buildings and artefacts from the gold rush in New Zealand back in the 1860s, 70s and 80s. ...
... I was bouncing off the walls with emotion, such a thrill!! Getting back about 6 to the hostel to meet Nat we get ready to go out for our last supper with our bus load of travellers, as many people will be staying here in Queenstown for a while longer. Courtesy of our driver Diesel, we head off on a pub crawl in town and get our boogie on, before calling it a night in the early hours of the ...
... and this afternoon had very distinct waves. Legend has it that a giant named Matau stole the daughter (Manata) of a Maori chief, and the chief promised to reward her hand in marriage to anyone who could rescue her. Matakauri found Manata tied up in flax, but he was unable to untie her. She began to cry and her tears dissolved the flax, breaking her free and allowing her to marry Matakauri (who had previously not been worthy of her hand). ...