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... called conical hill where you have 360 degree views of the area and can even see all the way to the tasman see
- however, it was incredibly windy and the path was very rough, and we were still cold and in a cloud, so we turned back after about 20 minutes because we didn't expect to see anything
- at the harris saddle you can normally see lake harris, but due to the fog we couldn't make it out
- The harris saddle marks the point where fiordland and ...
What a beautiful scenery around Wanaka and its lake! We left the West coast, followed the road inland and passed a snowy mountain that we believed was Mount Cook (highest mountain of the country, that was close to us at the glaciers but the weather didn't let us see it at the time). The road took us to Lake Wanaka, then to nearby Lake Hawea, to be back on Lake Wanaka, at the South tip, where lies the quiet town of Wanaka.
Last night we went for a beer and a meal at ...
Some of the collection has been used by film makers as props as many of the exhibits are in working order and span the entire twentieth century.
On the way back to the site we parked up beside the lake and went for a walk around town. We walked to the other end of town and found a nice place to have a bite to eat. Afterwards we walked along the lake shore and Trina went for a paddle. We then made our way back to the ...
... which was so much fun. I love puzzles so I was in my element. All the tables in the cafe and different individual puzzles on and then there was an illusion section, a slanted room which made me feel sick and a maze outside. In the maze you had to make it to the four towers and then find the exit. I found the towers easily but it then took me 20 minutes to get out of the maze! So frustrating but a lot of fun. Next stop is Queenstown and the adrenaline and party capital of New Zealand. I can't ...
... while Amy, rising above the constantly unjustified derision Helen sent in her direction, and Mitch took the honours! At Frisbee golf's conclusion, after I led talk of plans to develop similar such courses in Willunga, it was time to say goodbye to Tristan and Skai as we headed our separate ways. Tristan, as it happened would take Skai to a Fox glacier where he would eventually fulfil his mission to propose to her. He had intended to propose the previous evening after all ...