Berry Farm Homestay
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... turn we didn't miss it ! And into Wanaka, a bustling holiday lakeside town as big as Urmston town centre and a backpackers destination, We found our backpackers accommodation very easily as it is right beside the big supermarket, very handy. Backpackers accommodation over here is quite civilised, the one we've been in is really student halls. I'm told this one is probably one of the biggest. The double ensuite room we were in was fine , clean and the best ...
... toward Wanaka and came across another museum called the fighter pilots museum. There were a couple of warbirds on display, but these were replicas, but at the back of the museum an amazing collection of American cars. When we left we spotted two other venues worth a visit, National Transport and Toy Museum and Puzzling World. For another day. WARNING!!! There are a lot of ...
... we had to wait a little while as one of the helicopters had a warning light come on so they had to go check it out and make sure it wasn't anything serious. Luckily I'm not a nervous flyer because we ended up in that one and the air control guy had nicknamed it crash (cheers for that!) Claire and I were lucky enough to be in the front of the helicopter for the 4 minute ride and it was spectacular. As recent as 2010 you could walk on to Franz Josef Glacier but it is one of ...
... my way to the plane I was hooked up to my rather terse instructor, Chris, who had completed thousands of jumps and, sadly, it showed in the tedium he displayed throughout the jump - "you've got to learn to at least 'fake it' better, Chris, i'm paying an exorbitant amount of cash for your boredom!" The ride up was quite a rush, and was worth paying for in itself, given the spectacular alpine and lake views. Strapped onto our instructor we were sat facing backwards on the floor, which ...
... It's actually nice to be in places that aren't heavily populated because what they lack in people and busy towns they make up hugely in scenery. Of New Zealand's 5 million inhabitants only about 900,000 live in the whole of the South Island, the rest are mainly around Auckland in the North Island.
For one day we hired bikes with one of Margaux's friends Frankie who she knew from university and who came over to NZ with her for them both to do a working holiday. We cycled ...