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... felt so much better! So there you go. Progress. :) I've also learned that I'm really clumsy in New Zealand! Seriously, I trip and fall over ALL THE TIME. I don't know where it's coming from, I don't think I'm this clumsy at home! Maybe it's because I'm used to everything at home, I've done the same things so often that I just know how it all goes. Here, I trip over things, fall over with my duffel bag on my back, and I think I might be one of the most ungraceful mountain ...
At some point the fun has to come to end - or does it!? We were headed back to Arrowtown but the coolest thing for me is I flew some of the way back and met the girls just after the Homer Tunnel. Now that’s what I call true Kiwi service! Again we made a wee stop and bag collection from Olivia’s and by about 7pm we were back in Arrowtown getting ready to go out for dinner with Ma and Pa to a rather lovely Tapas bar called La ...
... to climb a glacier and go in a helicopter twice. We bought a pair of pants with writing on the back saying 'worn to be wild', and so the most obvious thing was to wear them for the glacier expedition... we got some good photos that day! Wanaka was next and again it was another place we really liked. In fact we said we could of lived there for a while. There is a large lake with mountains almost all the way around it, and lots of places to eat and drink at, but it's not too big ...
... the other side of this Park on our way from Haast to Queenstown earlier on in our trip and it was interesting to see another view. We spotted a memorial to a pilot from Glenorchy who had been killed when his Lancaster bomber had been shot down in World War II. The area is a centre for walkers and there were some great trails to take if you were staying in the town. We walked down to the Lake and saw the River Dart speed boats whizzing on the water ...
... my ride up to Coronet Peak for hang gliding. After a bit of waiting around and learning how to run, we were able to go hand gliding and great fun it was too! (photos and videos to follow) After this headed back to the hostel for a snack dinner of leftover smoked salmon, salad and pasta before having a Skype call with Sara, Steve and Esta - lovely to catch up ...