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... stamp, capturing the view from the window over the altar of the expansive glacier. By 1954, the view was of forest only, only to have the glacier view reappear in 1997. Well gone now. This is the only place in the world, other than Argentina, where glaciers meet rainforest.
Fox, in particular, is one of the few glaciers in the world to end among ...
... shingle. Kori had a hair cut at a salon near the lake. Her stylist was Polish and the other was French and was cutting the hair of a Dane. The lovely Dane provided living proof that people from Denmark are the happiest people in the world. She had about eight inches removed from her hair and beamed throughout. Walking along the water's edge, we came to the docking area for the lake's steamship, which was billowing out steam into the evening air, its ...
... where most of the walking was above the tree line on exposed mountain sides, climbing up to and then over the Harris Saddle (1300m). We took advantage of the beautiful conditions on day 2 and completed the 1.5hr return side trip up Conical Hill, (1500m) - which was very challenging (mainly in terms of tricky footing and terrain) but well with it for the views (and the sense of achievement). Unfortunately, our weather luck ran out on the last day and we competed the trek ...
... th February and their holidays range over two weeks before and two weeks after this so getting accommodation was tricky. The only way was to do a hotel safari, but it does give us different views of the town.
As we go down to dinner tonight a beautiful rainbow appeared above the alps in front of our veranda, I wonder if there is a pot of gold underneath, but who needs that with our view!!!
... the lake. Queenstown has grown hugely since my last visit in 2003. Large shopping centre next to the airport which has a supermarket (none in 2003) and other shops. Frankton was a village in it's own right and is now a suburb of Queenstown.
We drove to Wanaka, about 70kms from Queenstown, which sits on Lake
Wanaka and in the Spring the sides are covered in pink and purple
lupins. The lake is surrounded by mountains and in the distance Mount