Wanaka Springs Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Wanaka
... on the lift, it had changed from clear to cloudy - unbelievably bad timing. Still, the ride was fun (if cold) and we enjoyed a mulled wine at the top to celebrate our success (and lack of broken bones). It was fun watching the professionals doing their thing, especially the crazy snowboarders jumping all over the place.
On the bus back, we got chatting to one of the guys who had been in our group lesson that morning. The ride was otherwise uneventful and we ...
... there were many nice shops and you could visit the Chinese settlement there. I found a merino sweater made in NZ, not China! The drive to Wanaka was a changing landscape from mountains and lakes to valleys and streams and vineyards. The Perrigene Winery had a fine Pinot Grigio. Waiter I Creek Winery called our number. The tasting room was set in a old quaint church with tables outside for enjoying the wine and the setting. Fruit stands were ...
... shop afterwards (there's ALWAYS a gift shop!) We saw that Kate and Wills have also ridden the shotover jet along with a number of other A list stars. We didn't buy the video/ picture/ keyring etc.. etc.. we just took photos of the next group and are going to pass them off as us!
Helicopter ride, a quick drive to a local field it seemed! and we were all in a helicopter to take a quick ride over the mountains to the luge. I've never flown in ...
... and not for us. The town had character and was quite pretty with lake frontage. It has expanded and there are now hundreds of hotel rooms and holiday apartments. The country's number one tourist town. There were attractions: a gondola up a mountain, Lord Of The Ring tours, jet boats up the river, bungy jumping etc. The wind got up and it began to rain sparing us all these extremely expensive choices and decisions. Off up a valley to Arrowtown where we ...
... here, and we found a great bar on the lakefront selling loads of
great craft beers – so good on a sunny afternoon after a hard day’s activities.
We spent a morning kayaking on Lake Wanaka, heading out to Ruby Island and back – we couldn’t believe how clear and calm the water was, not to mention the view from the lake, absolutely stunning. In the afternoon we headed for a short walk up to the top of Mt ...