Mt Rosa Lodge
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... range where landslides and avalanches are common. And it's been raining for 2 days!
Currently I'm in Ta Anau. I'm packing and repackage my bag, informed people of when I should be back and constantly checking weather conditions!
It's looking good for the next few days, but this is the mountains!
Tomorrow I have to catch a bus and a boat just to reach the trailhead.
If this all goes well that'll be 2 of the best 10 hikes in the world. 8 to go!!
Wish me luck. ...
Both slept much better and organised dr visiit. I felt sure he'd come away with some antibiotics ( this cough is seriously productive) but to the credit of the dr she just said we need to slow down abit for him to have chance to recover. The cold dry climatic has not helped. We can't go on any big walks. The glacier walks weren't big but ...
... like a girl. Again, the feeling you get afterwards is indescribable. So worth it. We headed back into town on a high, but I wasn't done with my jumping just yet. I had signed up to do the Ledge Jump at the top of the gondola in town. It is only 42 metres in height, but you are attached at your waist, so you can do a freestyle running jump off the edge. My parents came to watch me do this one, and I decided to do a karate kick off the edge. I still had butterflies, ...
... fixed, and set off on the gondola to the platform shortly after, which all felt a bit shaky for my liking! By the turn of my jump I was feeling a crazy mix of adrenaline and fear, but once I stepped on the platform I didn't spend long pondering wether to jump, and just went for it! This is the single scariest thing I have ever done in my life, as I can safely say for Nat with her jump, ...
... a whole lot of hype for a tiny little burger joint, where the burgers themselves are anything but, but now that we have sampled the mouth watering delights we have to agree with the BBC that this probably is the best burger place in the world. Although we may have to check again, and again and again... The weather here has felt cooler again and the Remarkables have a good dusting of snow. The lake, Wakatipu, is a whole different beast to peaceful ...