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- Continental Breakfast
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... the Hooker Valley.
It was simply beautiful, imposing mountains all around, waterfalls, braided rivers, glaciers, wild flowers (we spotted the Mt Cook buttercup)...even Lotte was taken in by the views, spending most of the first half if the walk quietly looking at it all and saying 'grote mountains' a few times.
The walk took us over three swing ridges and eventually deposited us at the edge of the Hooker glacier lake (complete with ...
God bless a lie in - you come to appreciate little things like this after two months on the road! We woke up at a leisurely time, about 9ish, and got ready for the day. After breakfast we made our way into Tekapo village. Beautiful hot sunny day, we had a nice time strolling around the perimeter of the lake, and heading into the village itself. We first of all looked around a gift shop, which I saw was open 12 - ...
... the experience of riding the bus here in Christchurch (dunno if it goes for whole New Zealand yet) is quite interesting. The bus stops don’t have names like they do in Estonia, but numbers. It seems to be a random number too. We had to hop off at bus stop with number 416675 (or something like that), and the two bus stops prior to that were 171360 and 507722. Go figure :D
With this small adventure we got to Ase ...
... best one I've ever been to,it's more like a museum to mountaineering. The Sir Edmond Hillary visitor centre is in the Hermitage Alpine hotel which is the best hotel in New Zealand situated in the valley with splendid views up towards mount cook. They are not as good as the views from our campervan ...
... light blue colour – even in a totally cloudy sky. Was cool to think that such an incredibly beautiful place to camp was absolutely free – and we were sharing it with only one other family.
We jumped out and suited up the boys in their gloves, jackets, scarves and beanies. Which was a good thing as no sooner did we shut the door on the van, than a hailstorm started. Only small stuff, so we stayed outside to enjoy, much to ...