Mt Rosa Lodge
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... had a fire place in it. I loved that the way it curved and the way it was shaped. They gave us super warm jackets, gloves and boots so you can enjoy this incredible experience while still being cosy and warm. We had so much fun there. Now we are back on the bus ready to go back to the hotel a go to the spar to warm up. Back at the hotel. The spa was so nice time to be in I have dinner at the restaurant at the hotel. It 8 00pm, I'm going to bed early as it was a long day
... left, still somehow in mid-air outside the plane like a winged monkey, we rocked back and forth once or twice - this was so John and Nick could count and jump at the same time - and then we rolled out.
IT IS THE BEST FEELING EVER!!!!!!!
Cue the massive sensory overload. I was immediately falling at about 200km/hr. The plane disappears from your peripheral vision at a great rate of knots as you roll over ...
... for Pinot Noir which is Burgundy in France. It grows well here due to warm (not hot) days and cool nights. The wine is darker here due to more blue ores in the soil. They age it in French oak barrels as it gives Pinot Noir the best taste. American oak best matches Cabernet and Shiraz. This valley does not do Shiraz as it requires the warmer climate of Australia. The area also exports a lot of Sauvignon Blanc. Almost all of New Zealand wineries use screw cap ...
... mountain road rather than the valley road, which meant that our campsite en-route to Wanaka was going to be 1000m above sea level.
And yes, it was cold and also a little windy. But we had a first class view of Queenstown off in the distance to the west.
Rugged the kids up for a 5 minute look at the stars, which looked magic tonight as there was absolutely no clouds in the sky - hard to believe after the how the morning ...
... above the little toy town I've lived in for one final time. It's a pretty special place - shame about the people.
I arrived at the Remarkables park and claimed my free thing of sushi from my loyalty card. Although it wasn't really free as I had to pay $1.90 as it was only free up to a certain price. Obviously I have more expensive taste. Anyway that was great. The heavens then opened and out of nowhere the rain poured. Great I was wearing ...