5 Star Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... nice pancakes I caught a taxi to the Skyline Luge. The
taxi fare was not as bad as I thought it would be. They had a café there so I
grabbed a caramel milkshake. The
briefing was to make us aware of safety precautions and now I was ready to get
on. I jumped on and choose which track I wanted. I went round the track. I
raced for about three to four hours. It went by like a flash. It was fun and
something different, ...
There are now many jet boat rides but for me the pinnacle is the Jet Boat on the Shot over river. The jet boat ride was fantastic jetting through the narrow gorge seemingly just missing the rocks and doing the 360s. The company was so professional. I think the ride on the smaller jet boat at Jinja on the Nile had an edge going up/down ...
... down as it was now 4pm and we knew it would take a couple of hours to get back down. It was a lot easier to go down hill but still demanding because it was so steep, my knees didn't appreciate the unrelenting downhill either. It took just over two hours to get back down again and we (just) managed to avoid getting hit by any mountain bikes when we got back to the forest section, (we only had to run out of the way once)! We got back in to Queenstown just after 6pm so it took ...
6 nights in Queenstown - nice to be settled in one place for more than one night! But 6 nights in Queenstown also means basically 6 nights out in a row....!
The group all got reunited here for a few days which was great, and we did loads of cool things:
- I hiked up the Queenstown trail to the view point a couple of hours up above the town while everyone else did the Milford Sound trip
- 14 of ...
... again. We returned to the hostel afterwards, got ready then went for tea. We went to a bar with a BBQ and who should be joining us, but Timo. The bar had an Nintendo 64 so a few of us stayed there and played on the first version of Mario Karts. Suffice to say, the Nintendo 64 and the Wii are quite different and I spent the majority of my first go being rescued because I had gone the wrong way. The next day was a free day with no activities planned. Sam ...