Wanaka Springs Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Wanaka
... for here. People were out in flip flops and t-shirts. Oh it's such a shame for all those holiday makers here for the skiing and snow - hate to break it to you but it's all melted. I didn't mind so much having a quiet day, I was just happy that it was warm and sunny. I even got a little sweat on walking back in all my layers as there was no need for them really. Daisy was at work or we would have maybe enjoyed a nice walk along the lake or something but I took ...
... of polishing down the silver railings. He showed me how to do it and said I had to do them all including the ones that wound right down into the pool. I quickly remembered Martin's first shifts back in Auckland when we made a fool of him and I wasn't going to allow them to make a fool of me! I didn't believe him when he told me that's what I'd have to do and just acted all cool like "yeah righto, whatever". I carried on polishing the silver rails down the spa pool steps but I ...
... sind. Wir konnten drei kuschlige Küken zusehen - wenn man sich das überlegt, dann sind 3 Vögel eigentlich ein ziemlich großer Teil der Kakapo-Bevölkerung!
Danach fuhren wir in das wunderschöne Wanaka, mit einem riesigen See, viele teure Häusern und zum Glück, viele Schlechtwetter Optionen. Wir übernachteten auf einem Campingplatz mit eine Saunalandschaft. Es war fantastisch! Am ersten Tag in der Stadt besuchten wir ...
... looked like the guy and they thought it did. So just to be cringe I messaged him asking what he was up to tonight, two minutes later I received a message back saying "I think you know :)" OMG I could have died of shame! But nevertheless I stayed and endured the embarrassment and didn't reply. Did someone say: Bridget Jones moment? Eventually we left and headed home. Dais bid her friends a farewell as they embark upon the next leg of their journey and ...
... we researched a place to stay. Instead I found a local famous cinema for the evening. Found a hotel by just driving round, mum insistent on one with a lake view. Ended up at the Aspiring Lodge and mum managed to get a massive $70 off the room price! Room was fully wooden like an alpine hut which makes cracking noises as it warms up from heat expansion. Went to the famous cinema called Paradiso, special because it's all local and small and ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services