Wanaka Springs Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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En route to Wanaka we happened across the bridge of the first ever bungee jump - still in use today. We watched some brave / foolish souls bungee jumping. I'd always thought they were pulled back up but in fact a boat collects them where they dangle just above the river. Stopped off at a New World supermarket & were delighted to discover our ...
... board TSS Earnslaw that would take us along Lake Wakatipu. TSS Earnslaw is the only coal fired steamer working in the Southern Hemisphere. She is an elegant ship and it was interesting to see the coal lorry tip tonnes of coal into her boiler room while we were waiting to board. The lake was calm and the sky blue. We gently steamed towards the distant sheep station where we would have our Christmas lunch. As we waited ...
... to the coach leave time): 'No, it's ten to' I don't care if it was a "you had to be there moment" because I was there! Something I have also learnt travelling with a group of people is that you begin to take everyone's weird quirks as normal. For example, Sophie jabbering away in her sleep, staring me out and giving me a dirty look at 2am before using her phone in her sleep. Sophie, if you ever read this, we accept you for who you are. It makes you 'you'. Never stop dreaming. ...
... was left in an undignified collapse on the bathroom floor. Here I was left to sadly reflect on similar instances half a lifetime ago, when I had made similar statements to myself about never letting this happen again; all the while the nagging realisation of what I had planned to do today slowly dawned on me. Wasn't this the day I was supposed to jump out of a plane at 15,000 feet?! Eventually, I managed to crawl over the threshold of the bathroom and resume my sleep just inside ...
... family run organic vineyard (as a lot of them are), they were unusual because they make a white port and mandarin rose wine.
Our last day in Wanaka and we had an easy day, checking out a few facts for future trips, Steve found a barbers while I found a cafe with gluten free chocolate brownies - yum. After this we visited Warbirds and Wheels, a collection Warbird aircraft and classic cars. It was set up by Sir Tim Wallis who made lots of money ...