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... Headed back to pub on Wharf
for more drinks and music. All in all great night out!
After walking around Queenstown with both an Australian and New Zealand flag on my back, it was finally time for the game, was a struggle to wake up at 4.30am, but did it, got a bit excited when the Aussies appeared to have the momentum after half time, but just love the way Dan Carter took control. The concentration looking at the the ball, then the ...
... going except across and I prayed that I wouldn't hit anything. The crash (I.e. Where I went from the drop into the swing) was intense and the worse part. The swinging wasn't so bad. Maybe because we had just done the bungy. I then hung from the cords as they slowly lifted me back the platform. I didn't know what else to do so I just sang. Really just sang whatever came to my mind. It went along like, I'm just sitting here, swinging, in the gorge, just sitting here. Clearly I was ...
... one easily enough, but then the red one was troubling me and the need to find the gents was getting pressing. Soon I just wanted to get out, and eventually ducked out of an emergency exit with a few others who were struggling to find the proper way out. On to the rooms of illusions. These were good actually. The sloping house completely got me. As I moved further up, I was all over the place and could barely stand up. ...
... natural features. At this stage every stroll through a forest looks the same. What we need is a decent old building to change it all up!!ha Our first stop was a 30min trek to visit Mathason lake. This is a glacier lake and as a result it is extremely reflective. We were able to see the entire mirror reflection of Mount Cook in the lake. Mt Cook is the highest mountain in NZ. Next stop was at the Blue Pools. Again this is a glacial feature. ...
We had driven there quarters of the way back to Queenstown when we stopped to sleep for the night. The night was one of the coldest we had had so far and in the morning we awoke to see the hills around had a light dusting of snow! The weather was looking good though and we drove the rest of the way to back to Queenstown. When in Queenstown we wanted to go to the top of the sky line Gondola, which is on top of the ...