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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    A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Apr 19, 2015

    ... to persuade us and we quickly agreed that it well deserved it's fame. It was then time for Rach to say goodbye to Suze and after they had their moment we headed back to the Hilton where Scar and I came to Suze's and Sarah's room for some wine and prolonged our time left together. After a few tears and lots of hugs we had said our goodbyes to Suze and Sarah and downcast we went back to our room where we packed up our things, read our very emotional cards from Suze and went to bed. ...

    Riding the K Jet and a bit more bungy jumping

    A travel blog entry by milskii on Jan 23, 2015

    ... them. It was so much fun, although I felt a little sorry for the ducklings on the river as they were clearly scared at a big loud black boat heading towards them, the poor things were struggling to paddle away fast enough, they did look cute. After our excitement of the K Jet we wandered around Queenstown a bit more and had a yummy pizza with very unusual toppings. On our way from Queenstown to Cromwell where we were staying for the night we passed back ...

    Gelespie Pass Circuit

    A travel blog entry by skylarker on Dec 11, 2014

    109 photos

    ... up a bit and it’s all good.

    Near the end I had to cross north of where the Young river and Makarora river meet. It was hip high in the middle and the current was strong enough to keep me extremely focused. There were a couple "oh ****" moments where I thought I might fall but luckily I had my hiking poles and used them for extra bracing. Also I figured out to kind of go at an angle with the river to make it easier. ...

    And the post wedding fun continues...

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Nov 30, 2014

    36 photos

    ... like junkies high on life, we felt the urge to pursue such high octane activities as Frisbee and miniature golf! Joined by Brett and Alison, Brett's cousin and his girlfriend, we now had five teams of couples competing in a foursomes frisbee contest which was to prove incredibly fun.....if a little less physically demanding than the preceding activity. Sadly for our team, my frisbee golf is clearly a work in progress while Helen, who I presumed would be among the better ...

    Treats, treats and more treats

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... in the sunshine (a rare commodity over the past week or so).

    After lunch we headed back to Queenstown. It was a little quieter than yesterday, possibly as the school holidays end this weekend. We parked up at the gondola, or as close as we could as there were loads of mountain bikers who had driven there and take their bikes up on the gondola to ride back down the mountain. The gondolas have special attachments to carry the bikes so I assume that it must be this ...

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