Criffel Peak View B&B and Apartment
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... onesie" well that was rude, wasn't it?! Anyway I got plenty of drinks bought for me and before I knew it was having dance-offs on the tables while stealing people's hats as they went by. Oh and if they wanted their hat back they had to buy me a drink. Seriously...who did I think I was. Well after a while we left there and went onto more places. People split up and went to different bars but I stayed were the majority went. One of the gym ...
... If I didn't specify earlier the place of pain is at the top of my left inner thigh so all I can say is thank god I wore sensible underwear! She massaged me before doing some ultra sound and told me to ice it and NOT to stretch it because that makes it worse apparently. Well that was an experience and a half and at times a little too close for comfort. I walked back out in the blizzard with my suitcase and took the sheets to the launderettes and ...
Disappointed again this morning as still can't ski - weather is too bad - snowing and high winds. So we decide to head off to Queenstown which is only 40 mins away and to swap the car for a 4x4 (so if we do get to ski again - we'll be able to drive up the mountain and not have to get the early bus!)
En route to Queenstown we see a sign for AJ Hackett where Phil many, many, many......(we could go on) years ago (about 25 years to ...
... tourist stuff there is nothing to do. With that said the tourist stuff costs an arm and a leg! She pointed out that its virtually impossible to save money here (she's not the first loxal to have told me this) which isn't ideal as we are endevouring to save for further travels. She also said Queenstown is very shallow and unless you are a business owner or a holiday maker you haven't much money and so are only looking out for yourself - which I can ...
... field. I had a gut instinct as I was getting ready this morning to not wear my UGG boots to work. Instead I wore my 'builder' boots, they're timberlands but they remind me of builders. It was great, I didn't get wet feet nor slip on the slippery mud. I jumped in a few puddles - because well, I'm a kid at heart and simply couldn't resist but fear not there were no Dawn French (Vicar of Dibley) moments. My boots were filthy muddy but ...