Mt Rosa Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... s, Gecko Forest, Gecko Rainbow, Lorikeet (Aust) Common,
Brushtailed Possum (Aust). I work until it was time to close. It was 5; 30pm I
got the bus and went back to the hotel and had a shower. I went to the restaurant
for a change and met up with some aussies who were staying there too. I left to
8pmand headed basis to my room. I watched “that’s my boy” after that I fell
... and steeper but we just kept pushing and taking little breaks. About 15 minutes from the top we came to a section where we did have to climb for a little while but it was nothing compared to Mount Doom so I felt fairly confident. After the climb it was even steeper for a while until the last 5 minutes or so where it flattened out a little bit (don't be deceived it was still uphill)! Finally just over 4 hours after we left Queenstown we made it to the peak, 1,748m high and ...
... side of the lake, which also ran along side the Frisbee Golf course (take it literally). Nerves were flying high as we then went to check in for our 12,000ft skydive!!... only for us to discover it had been cancelled due to high winds :( A combination of relief and disappointment. Being left clueless of how to fill our afternoon instead, we wandered up to the skyline, soaked up the rays and then decide to hit the road early to our next stop, Dunedin!
... forest on a foot path and were overtaken by runners which seemed a bit dangerous, but they must have been pretty fit! The sixth zipline was the steepest tree to tree zipline in the world and was estimated to be about 32 storeys high. There were no challenges this time so we went down in a cannonball to get some speed then upside down for the final bit. It was amazing! The whole tour took over 3 hours and we just had such a good time, would definitely ...
... Shotover Jet for the famed Fergburger in town. It’s a tiny place but it has a worldwide reputation so is packed from opening to closing. There was quite a queue for both ordering and getting the burgers but it was worth it. So tasty! And even better that we got most of it free (we had to pay a little extra for my double burger with brie and chips). It was very messy eating it on a park ...