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... in the gondola, we the rode the luge down part of the way. It's a race track, with two different courses and you ride down in your little kart and then get a cable car back up. We had tickets to do this three times and each time was just as fun as the last. Although, I must admit that despite my 5 layers, and gloves, my fingers were frozen by the end of it! Thankfully not frost bitten ...
... it was the last time I would see a lot of the people from my bus (they were heading to Lake Tekapo the next morning). Sophie was also off on the bus the next morning, so I said goodbye to her for a few days. I made it back okay and got into bed feeling pretty rough. My parents and I had bought lift passes and hired gear for skiing on the Sunday, so I had to get up and check out at 7am, which was not nice. My parents picked me up and we drove and parked in town. ...
... through arrowtown towards Wanaka, there was several moments of panic as the petrol light flashed up at 0 when we still appeared to be miles away from any civilisation. Wanaka was another beautiful scenic view, where we had a nice relaxing walk along the lake shores, a very sunny and warmer day! Well it was relaxing till we realised we were a little lost and needed to ask for directions. Our first week in New Zealand has been pretty amazing. It is very quite and we are often driving ...
... turned our to be our best bets. We completed two hikes in two days and managed to visit the town (including the famous burger joint) before the rains began. The rain didn't let up for 3 days. We planned a little for New Caledonia, kept busy with a jigsaw puzzle and books, and managed a solid string of school sessions.
Time seems to be racing forward now. Our stretch in New Zealand will be virtually non-stop as we've rented a car ...
... This is where the Riders of Rohan killed the Orcs and burned their bodies. This is the spot where Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli were searching for the hobbits.
The following day, due to the overcast weather, we decided against rock climbing because we would be in the shadow which would be too cold for climbing. Instead, we headed over to Arrowtown, which is a lovely historic mining town. Gold was found in Arrowtown back in the late 1800's. There was ...