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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up to bright sunshine and no wind, in other words perfect conditions. We decided to do a three hour hill walk up Mount Roy, which is just outside the town. We didn't get to the top as there wasn't time, but we had an exhilarating walk which cleared out the cobwebs. There were great views across Lake Wanaka, which is almost 30 miles long, …
... a fantastic first day in NZ. On Monday 26th I walked 5 minutes down towards the harbour and paid $20 to visit the New Zealand Maritime Museum. It mainly focused on sailing and early beginnings of the country. I enjoyed learning more about the Maori early days and culture, as well all about the rich sailing history that New Zealand has. A significant part was aimed at Sir Peter Blake, a famous and pioneering Kiwi, and also talking about their connection with ...
... it would. The rest of the day was pretty lazy watching TV at the hostel before joining some of the new people in our room for some drinks in the evening.
Today was my last day in Queenstown and as I'd been fairly lazy so far I decided to make the most of it and do a walk up Ben Lomand which was around 1850m. Matt and Beth decided to join me along with another Dutch girl. An hour in we got to the top of the Gondolas (you could cheat and just take the gondola up) and the Dutch ...
... weren't disappointed. Although I must say I was slightly nervous on the winding and undulating roads with the winds brutal force blowing us around. The road hugged the mountains and overhang a lake. More lake and more mountain, but every bit more beautiful than the last. At Glenarchy we went on a beautiful walk through the woodland and over swampland where we saw black swans and some beautiful bird life. After that we began our journey to our next destination: Milford Sounds and Te ...
... as Alanna and I needed.
After a swift pint in the sunshine at one of the myriad bars in Queenstown, we took some time for domestic chores. Cleaning the van, doing some washing and some shopping. It is likely that this is the last time we will need to do this reminding us that this wonderful holiday is nearing its finish.
By not quite yet! Tomorroe to Te Anau and the day after our long awaited Milford Sound cruise.