Hikurangi Lodge Queenstown Bed & Breakfast
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... t take me any longer than 45 minutes so just thought of it like that. It's not even as long as a CrossFit class. I set off and used this new app on my phone that tracks your movement and can workout your speed and incline etc. it's very clever. Off I went, I felt like an old man at first that had been bed ridden for a week or two. But after a couple of minutes everything soon felt a bit better. It was bitterly freezing though and the wind was spiky on my ears and made ...
... burns. But other than that, I just knew it all. It was funny when we were doing CPR he used me to demonstrate to everyone else how it should be done. I felt rather faint when we were talking about severe bleeding. He showed us the most graphic photos of blisters, burns and chopped phalanges (fingers and toes). The worst picture was someone's eye with an iron nail sticking out of it. I did make a sound and have to look away. I'm not usually squeamish but that ...
... on the Mt Crichton Track until we met the Lake Dispute Walkway. We walked on this track around the lake and through the valley. The sun soon became covered by clouds, and rain followed. The trail intersected with the Moke Lake Track. We followed this track around Moke Lake alongside a sheep farm. The rain soon stopped and the sun emerged once more. This was a beautiful walk. We walked along two lakes, both nestled in the valley of the mountains before arriving at one ...
... A few kids cried and left the class early, why their parents wouldn't just show a certain level of manners I do not know. I was called into work to do some morning classes last minute so I had to cancel my midday CrossFit class. I had over a three hour gap between my morning and afternoon classes. I spent an hour walking to the shops and pondering around. It started to rain so I headed back to ...
... was a marathon game 3 hours long. One of the crew members joined us. However, it became clear within 2 seconds that all his attentions were focussed on Elly. Producing from his apron a German phrase book we cringed as he tried to impress himself on Elly. Alan was on a year long gap year. Aged we think around 45 and more than a little nurdy. Asking him what job could possibly allow a year long break, he told us that he was a Chartered Surveyor.! The last to bed ...
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