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... other store sells outdoor gear or clothing. It's a beautiful small town - it seems a bit like what Whistler was like before it got all pretentious and upscale. I kind of want to move here, even though there are basically no jobs outside of the service and adventure/tourism industry. New Zealand is like a wilder and more spread out Switzerland. I can't say yet that it's going to replace Switzerland as my favorite country because I doubt that ...
... 1.30 and we headed straight for the tourist park that was to be our final home for three nights.
Marc immediately put up the tent FOR THE LAST TIME! Gosh, it's got a broken pole, a couple of little holes and a dodgy zip, but it's still standing after three months of near constant use. Go little tent (yeah, it's not leaving New Zealand)!
Lotte woke from her nap and we wandered to the supermarket to pick up supplies. Then we ...
Skydiving was peanuts compared to what was to come. You may have already watched the video, so you know. I did the Nevis Bungy jump. It is 134 meter bungy jump, which I have taken the liberty to convert for you is 439 feet. It is one of the fifteen highest bungy jumps in the world. It was definitely the scariest thing I have ever done in my entire life. It was definitely scarier to me than sky diving. Even though sky diving was 34 times ...
... We had an included dinner at a very good pizza place. Then our tour group headed to one of two ice bars in Queenstown. There are not many ice bars in the world, I can’t imagine why the small town of Queenstown has room for two of them! Queenstown is a super touristy place, with lots of souvenir shops, clothing shops and restaurants and bars. It is kind of like Waikiki in a way, but I didn’t mind at all ...
... 43 Metern beim Bungee Jumping in einen Fluss stürzen. Leider waren wir etwas früh dran, so dass wir uns das Spektakel nicht live ansehen konnten. In Arrowtown, einer weiteren alten Goldgräberstadt, schauten wir uns im Anschluss die Avenue of Trees an, wo kleine Häuser aus der Goldgräberzeit eng aneinander gereiht sind und gingen im Anschluss zur chinesischen Siedlung. Auch hier stehen noch –teils renovierte, teils ...