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... more impressive than Franz Josef, it also made a huge crashing noise as some ice collapsed off the bottom.
After we headed back to the motorhome and I had Avocado, cheese and cucumber sandwiches, an apple and a bag of crisps. The sandwich was so delicious! J
Now we have a 3 hour and 45 minute drive to get to Lake Wanaka, it rained the whole drive here. We stopped at a café for ...
... a beautiful purple fat lip for a few days.
We were offered another lesson that afternoon but wanted some time to practise by ourselves so declined. It turned out we wouldn't have made it either as lunch took so long. First we were turned away from a cafe that advertised gluten free because they didn't have anything gluten free (?!) and then another cafe gave our food to the wrong person!
Once we'd eaten, we headed back to the beginner's slope and had some ...
... I was 12 years old. The guy was a collector or Everything dating back to pre war and then some Just an endless array of things. The classic car collection is world class featuring some of the greatest cars ever built. There was Packards, Lincolns Corvettes Mustangs and so many more all in Perfect condition. There were 100's of car displayed and an extensive ...
... on a different bus, so had a new driver and new people on board. We weren't driving for long till we came to our first stop. It was a view point where you could get a good view of Fox glacier. We had conquered the Franz Josef glacier, but had yet not seen the bigger of the two. It was a beautiful day, with not a cloud in the sky. We could see all of the 13km long glacier in all its glory, it was stunning. After taking our usual ton of pictures we moved on. ...
... nosey, and she stuck her nose where is certainly wasn’t wanted - into a bees nest! EO noticed she was doing strange things going round in circles (more strange than normal) and we then realised why - she was literally covered from head to foot in bees and they were doing their best to sting every inch of her body. I grabbed Bobby’s vest and frantically hit and swiped at the poor dog to get rid of the bees. As soon as I had finished that EO squealed and ...