Lake Dunstan Lodge

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

Treats, treats and more treats

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Oct 11, 2014

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... the time.

We bought or tickets and went up. It travels quick enough to make your ears pop and we were at the top in no time. The top is about 2,500 feet above sea level and offers a great view out over Queenstown, the lake and the surrounding mountains. But we hadn't just come here for the view. There's a number of other activities at the top. We passed the bungy and ledge swing on the way up in the gondola. With my leg still crook there was no way I would be ...

A Day's Getaway

A travel blog entry by erotergum on Jul 14, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... side of it to the other and there's a car on it - although in my mind I'm pretty sure the car must have floated or drifted off but hey! After that we visited a second winery. This place was called Wooing Tree Vineyard and again tasted all the different wines. Unfortunately their famous "Blondie" wine was out of stock. It's famous to this vineyard because it's a white wine made with red grapes and apparently tastes like champagne without the bubbles - sounds like ...

Queenstown and Skiing

A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... of our destination, but even more alarming was the distinct lack of snow anywhere on the mountains. It was by now dark however, so we hoped that the snow clad peaks were in hiding whilst they slept high above us. The next morning we logged onto the Coronet Peak's website to check their snow report, fortunately they were open although it turns out they had been shut due to rain the day before. Unsure what to expect we made our way up the road to the turn off for the slopes and ...

Sixth Day! Fox Glacier to Wanaka

A travel blog entry by madim on Apr 10, 2014

... man who was pulling us across with a rope must of had a very big arm workout. We then went for a big walk over to the foot of the glacier. We had to put on our crampons which are these metal spikes that you tie around your foot. They sit on the base of your foot and when you walk onto the ice they stick into the ground so you don't slip and slide everywhere. There had been steps cut out into the ice for us to walk up ...

3-in-1: That's me!

A travel blog entry by erotergum on Mar 27, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... work out a name without saying asking for her to repeat it, but then thought it would just get more awkward the longer I left it. I thought it began with an 'M' maybe Marie, Marion or something like that. So at the reception desk I said I was here for an interview but I hadn't taken the name down on the phone and that I thought it began with an 'M' she looked at me confused and started reeling off names that didn't begin with an 'M'. Anyway after making radio ...

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