5 Star Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is very cool. The first sensation I became aware of was the below-freezing air rushing up my nose. It had a similar feeling to what I imagine it'd be like if a fireman turned the water hose on full-force up my nose. That aside, it's a huge rush and lots of fun. Nick tapped my shoulder to tell me to put my arms out, which I immediately did, but unfortunately it put enormous strain on my shoulder. I found it extremely painful. John was falling with ...
... contamination from bacteria in cork. Gibbston Valley Winery was next. It took the name of the area as it was the first to manufacture wine in the late 1980s. We ate lunch under canopy topped picnic tables. We had the included cheese plates and a glass of wine for lunch. Then it was a tour of the wine cave where barrels are stored until maturity. A good French oak barrel costs $1500 and are only good for six years. We saw what looked like windmills in vineyards but ...
... in comparison to Australia, one that must be seen with the naked eye to be fully appreciated. The landing was very steady for such a bumpy runway; and we all exited the plane to a beautiful sunny day, just as predicted.
The air was so fresh; the after effects of winter. There were kiwi accents coming from every direction and more Maori's that I have ever seen in one location. The airport was small compared to the one I had come from, but it ...
... But we didn't last as the cold was biting hard, so we raced back inside to warm up and get everyone ready for bed. A pretty good day it was - which after yesterday at Milford Sound means that we have been very spoilt these last few days. In fact the whole holiday has been really cool, apart from the fiasco we had with the first campervan. The weather has been amazing to us on the whole.
We will be hitting the west coast pretty soon!
... and flimsy clothes as all my winter clothes are being shipped to England. It was so hot when I left I genuinely could have worn a bikini. Anyway, I went into the salon got my wax and shellac pedicure done and came out $180 worse off and it was perfect sunshine. Just as well because I was wearing flip flops even though I learned that with shellac it doesn't matter if you have closed toe shoes because they dry before you leave anyway.
I quickly ...