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... yards there is a body in various states of deathliness. There are birds of prey that use the highway as a Michelin starred restaurant. At one point on the journey South you are travelling through dense rain forest and a bend in the road brings you out to Bruce's Bay and the sea lapping the rocky shore and it is yet another Wow moment. The brakes screech and the car stops I leap out and photo moment and I've video'd it ( this is because I've not sussed ...
We left Cromwell for the short 45 minute drive to Wanaka, but it did take us a lot longer as there were a number of interesting places to visit on the way. We first went to the Goldfields Mining Centre, this was one of the first mining centres set up by the immigrant Chinese in the 1860's. There are some of the original huts still here but a film crew came along and built "new" ...
... best activities I've done and definitely underrated. Because you can choose every part of your design it makes the necklace special and for me I know it's something I'll treasure for a long time. Karen dropped us back at the bus and then we headed towards Franz Josef. When we arrived we went straight to the glacier hike base and checked in. We were given a quick briefing about what we needed the next day and then split into groups. A group of 7 were then picked up from our ...
... of cards - during which I kept a miserably consistent hold of the wedding dealing gloves! In a happy coincidence, however, I decided that it would be sensible to remove myself from the card playing and alcohol consumption early on so as to prepare myself more sensibly for tomorrow's jump - the fact that I kept losing had nothing to do with this whatsoever!! Forgotten landing Again there was no need for Helen and I to set an alarm as we arose to more blinding sunshine. Since we ...
Today we pretty much spent the day driving the Haast Pass
which is the lowest alpine crossing in New Zealand, giving fantastic views of a
number of waterfalls. The Pass goes between Haast and Wanaka, which we finally
ended up in for a good mooch around, some food shopping, fuel etc., before
heading off down a ...