Lake Dunstan Lodge

Address: Cromwell Tarras Highway, Cromwell, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B is located on Cromwell Tarras Highway, Cromwell.
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Travel Blogs from Cromwell

Day 14

A travel blog entry by dawnet on Dec 19, 2014

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... tramping', bike hire, rock climbing etc. There was a hive of activity with para sailing around, luge rides and Bungy jump shuttle buses. I need to google the Ferg Burger place, but it seems to be quite famous and the lines in the middle of the day for a burger were ridiculous in Queenstown. I didn't bother, but many did. I shall have to see what all the fuss is about. I missed the shuttle back to the hotel and took the taxi back, well I got well and truly fleeced. A ...

And the post wedding fun continues...

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Nov 30, 2014

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... before. Amazingly, when I mentioned this to Chris he supplied me with a sick bag as his main concern, quite justifiably, was receiving a vomit sandwich from yours truly! While I was just about able to contain this from happening as the ground came gratefully into view, I heard a vague instruction from Chris to raise my legs for landing. I'm afraid that at this point my focus was almost entirely directed towards controlling my gag reflex. Along with the fact that we had just hurtled ...

Treats, treats and more treats

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Oct 11, 2014

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Not long after we awoke at Rum Curries we were joined by a coach with a large trailer. Both the coach and the trailer were empty bar the coach driver. It turns out that this is a popular rafting area and the coach had come to pick up rafters who had set off further upstream. A sign we hadn't seen when we arrived yesterday advised that the rapids were classified as 5 & 6. They looked like they would be good fun.

We drove up to Arrowtown, an old gold rush settlement. ...

Skiing Pro's

A travel blog entry by new2old on Sep 08, 2014

... our heads as the lift chair came towards us and both burst into a fit of giggles mine were slightly tempered with groans of pain. Danni managed to get up and the lift guy came over and had to help me up. He said it was hands down the best stack he had seen all day...Go Me!!! I hobbled over to the others Bri was cacking herself..she said it looked like I had flown a metre ...

A Day's Getaway

A travel blog entry by erotergum on Jul 14, 2014

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... in Waitrose and Majestic back home! The Pinot Noir was my favourite and I enjoyed a glass of that to go with the platter we all shared. The reason the Mountain got its name was because when a farmer year and years ago transported his 3000 sheep from the east he got to the mountain and couldn't get up it so had to go the long way around it which added an extra few months onto his journey - hence the name Mount Difficulty. After we finished our food we sat out ...

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