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... contain art galleries; I was very disappointed to find out that the Cromwell Bakery did not, in fact, sell delicious baked goods.
After, we headed to Mt. Difficulty winery for a quick wine tasting before heading to Wild Earth winery for lunch. To get to Wild Earth, you have to cross a swing bridge over a canyon. We started with a cheese stave and two bread staves. For a main course, we all split two oak staves, and most of us got the matching flight of five wines. The oak ...
... the Canyon Swing store to reacquaint myself with the awesome birds of the store.
I've done pretty much all the activities worth doing around here. And yes, I've done the Nevis Swing - the world's biggest. So why would I want to keep coming back to do the Shotover Canyon Swing? Because of the people who work there. In exactly the same way that working with great people can improve an otherwise ordinary job, the staff at the Canyon Swing ...
... 8217;s alright – I am used to that happening by now and so I wasn’t upset. Anyway it saved me some money. However the cancellation freed me up to be able to the bungy jump sooner. And I just wanted to get that over with.
So I went to the bungy place and I was thoroughly impressed with the systematic check in process. They write your bus number on one hand, since there are multiple bungy jump sites in Queenstown. They ...
... sculpture that you take a shot out of. If you do get a proper vodka drink, the do give it to you in a cup made out of ice. The best part of that, besides it keeping your drink properly cold, is at the end there is a wall you get to throw your glass against to smash it.
After the ice bar it was onto a backpacker bar called Buffalos. I don’t want to go into detail about this part because my parents read this blog ...
... was gently gathered in.
http://www.skyline.co.nz/queenstown/ Have a look here to see what you could do if you came here.
In the evening we met up with Karina who is Nanny's second cousin. She has lived in Queenstown for 4 years now...she is 32 and used to be in the English Ladies Football Team as well as being a teacher but she loves working in NZ although she is thinking ...