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... Lunch was taken at the Transport and Toy Museum Cafe. We did not go in to the museum this time and decided to do it in January, if we return that soon.
After lunch we headed for town where the girls wanted to visit every Craft shop in Wanaka. They managed it and bought cottons for Clare's new sewing machine and earrings for Helen, which she had seen last week and could not understand why she hadn't bought them then. She was also served in the ...
... to enjoy ourselves. We skipped lunch to make the most of the time on the slopes and didn't really stop much (just once for some hot chocolate) until the weather started to close in again around 3pm. We didn't want to risk the road back down and we were both completely exhausted. Luckily, it was uneventful and any snow that did fall had turned to slush and been gritted. We returned to the town cold, tired and hungry but had an awesome day.
... roads than myself, obviously, so I kept my mouth shut.
The view from above was so beautiful. The weather hadn't cleared, but you could see so far into the distance. The mountains were decorated with berries and shrubbery that was purple and dark shades of green mixed in with the dying grasses of summer. Generally, in michigan the onset of winter can be an ugly thing, due to only seeing the color brown. Here it was beautiful.
As we continued to drive I saw an ...
... falling over or feeling sick! Matt liked it in there as there was a pool table which somehow when you rolled the ball down it, it rolled back uphill towards you?!?! There was also a ride which saw you slide downhill in a chair except you slid uphill, along with a waterfall that flowed upwards?!?! All totally mind boggling!!
Outside was a giant rectangular maze with a tower in each corner. The basic idea was to visit each tower, there was an advanced option of visiting them in ...
Day 9 - Franz Josef to Wanaka via Lake Matheson It's another bright and early pick up, i'm starting to get used to these and a 6.30am wake is feeling natural. What's happening to me, it's like waking up for work but I'm not and its way more fun. We have a couple of stranger dangers get on board today but its ok, 2 older lads (Adam & Shaun) who sit behind us. Everyone introduces themselves and they are like minded so its all cool. We do a couple of picture stops but our ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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