Artemis B & B

33 North West Arch, Twizel, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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Splendour in Aoraki/Mt. Cook

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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... lake was carved out of glaciers centuries ago and still blazes bright blue all these years later. Because of the clear skies, we were afforded stunning views of Mt. Cook and all the surrounding glaciers all the way up the 57 km approach to the Mt. Cook Village.
Aoraki/Mt. Cook, at 3755 m, is the tallest mountain in Australasia; known to the Maori as Aoraki ...

Twizel and Mt Cook

A travel blog entry by cathirving

... and cinema dedicated to one of NZ's most famous icons- the first man to reach the summit of Everest in 1953 and the first man to drive a vehicle to the South Pole! His story is amazing and inspiring and we spent most the the afternoon sheltering from the rain learning about Sir Ed. We were completely wrong in thinking in the morning our adventure to Mt Cook would be ruined by the ...

Day 170 on route to Lake Tekapo

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

... I came back to Sarah who was still crying. I knew the problem would be removing the rest of the toenail. We couldn't bandage the thing with it hanging off like that. I was going to have to cut through it which wasn't going to be a fun experience for either party involved. I went to get my own first aid kit to get to work. Luckily when I came back she had been very brave and pulled it off. It was sitting alongside her foot in a pool of blood. This hard part was over. I set to ...

Lake Tekapo

A travel blog entry by lhughes

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We arrived in Lake tekapo just after midday and once we had checked in to the worlds smallest dorm room we headed down to the beach on the lake for some sunbathing. Early evening we walked along the lake into the town, looked around some of the shops and grabbed a beer to watch the sunset. At about 10pm we wondered down to the beach to look at the stars. Lake tekapo is famous for it's view of the stars, we were actually able to see the milky ...

Twizel and Mount Cook

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan

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... but bravely tramps over them! We pass through boulder fields, and the views keep getting better as we progress – but as we sight Mt. Cook, it’s still covered by a lot of low cloud. We pass over bridges two and three and round a steep hill and before us lies Lake Hooker – our destination. It’s very busy, there are lots of people here, enjoying the views. Sadly, the cloud is still low, so we can’t see ...

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