Larch Hill Homestay Bed and Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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We left beautiful Te Anau and drove about 3 hours to Queenstown.
Because we have to drop off the car so early - and can't find the contract !!! - we stopped by the rental place at the airport before coming to the B&B. Q''town a/p is like Pgh in 1983 - compact! And they said (something that we've heard lots) "no worries." In fact, David …
... it isn’t sunny it probably doesn’t have much to offer full stop.
It also came across as quite an expensive town in terms of the activities that were available to do – either being adrenaline fuelled and costing in excess of £150 per person, or being the standard sort of things you get everywhere such as mini-golf and animal sanctuary (kiwis) but at quite steep prices - $20 and $45 per person respectively. It seemed very much to be taking full advantage ...
... WASTER!! :0) Oh not to mention the insurance upgrade as the bikes were included which we have not even made use of yet!)
Anywaaaay tomorrow we have booked to go on a Kayaking tour. I am looking forward to this :o)
No signal here but you can get wifi.. But I have decided not to for now…
Oh and today I was so fed up in the car, we just drive and drive and drive I am glad we are staying for 2 nights somewhere ...
... night with a bang! We went back to the hostel and Daniel attempted to sleep some more. When he did that, I took a nice evening stroll through the Queenstown gardens while at sunset. The gardens stick out of the harbor so I had great views of the sunset and the mountains! After I came back, we met the new roomies and had a great conversation. Both are from Germany, but thankfully didn't speak German in front of us! For the most part, we just talked ...
... with mountains more than. 2000 m towering over us on either side and in front.
As we left the river valley behind,we came down in to a large valley containing Lake Wanaka. Stopped for lunch at Makarora???, a most remote location with a cafe cum hotel, cum bar cum shop cum petrol station. The food was pretty good!
However lovely Lake Wanaka was, flanked all down one side by a whole series of large peaks, it was nothing compared to what we ...