Berry Farm Homestay
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... out that we were about an hour or so along the mountain side, and across the valley were huge mountains, with a lot of snow on them
- for the next 2 hours or so we kept walking along our side of the mountain looking towards the other mountains
- We finally saw the lake mackenzie hut, it was down quite a ways from us and we had about 30 - 45 min of switchbacks to go
- Lake mackenzie had an awesome emerald color, but unfortunately, the mountains behind ...
... avons trouve une ferme de lavande en sortant de la ville: des jardins de lavande joliment arranges et une grande variete de produits a base de lavande. Le ciel ce matin etait tellement fou: noir avec des motifs bizarres, je ne pouvais pas m'empecher de rester le regarder .. et prendre beaucoup de photos.
Quel dommage que nous soyons ici pour seulement un jour et une nuit. Si nous n'avions pas de plans avec un autre hote HelpX, nous serions bien restes quelques jours de plus a ...
... there were a number of tourist attractions, two of them we will be visiting tomorrow.
Passing through the town we made our way to the Aspiring Campervan and Holiday Park.
After booking in we parked up and settled down for the night, tonight we dined in, for a change.
Wanaka nestles at the bottom of a "U" shaped valley created by a glacier during the last ice age. The surface of ...
... to be a huge disappointment. We ran out of the car in freezing cold conditions to be met with what equated to a shed with a double bed and a bunkbed. Clearly Helen had been misled or misheard to think that we had booked a cabin with a lounge, which actually amounted to a two man sofa that served no purpose other than to occupy valuable bag space! The room was colder than outside with a tiny heater that took all four of us to finally work out how to operate it; there was no sink, ...
... finally dawned clear, sunny, and warm. It was only a 10 minute drive to the trailhead, so we were there before 9am, and were off. The trail is an old four wheel drive track, so the gradient was never too intense, and zig-zagged up the face of Roy’s Peak. There were lots of sheep and lambs in various paddocks as we climbed, so we got our cuteness dose for the day. As we got higher we were treated to marvelous views of the snowy peaks further north, ...