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... the valley.
The next two days on the track were pretty miserable, the entire track is in a mountain valley filled with rivers, and the rain turned the small streams into waist deep obstacles and flat grassy land into sinking marshes. The only relief was climbing uphill to the saddle that day, which views unfortunately were blocked by the mass amounts of rain. The next night at the hut was pretty upbeat to be honest, ...
... sky with bright blue sea. You cannot get bored of the view. It looks fake it's so perfect. We walked to town, Queenstown is really cool. There is lots more going on and more shops. It's the most contemporary town we have been to in New Zealand. We went round the shops for about and hour. We headed to the gondola to try and find the way to walk up. The gondola cost $30 return. If you are using it for mountain biking you can buy a pass and attach the bike to the front of ...
... a lot of serious hair pin turns to descend the mountain and we turned right into Arrowtown. This is now a biggish suburb of the original 1800's mining town. I could live here the houses are all different, mostly bungalows with english country gardens. Everywhere we've been upto now has been beautifully kept, no litter, chewing gum or dirt. The New Zealanders love their environment and it shows. Though as South Island is half the size of UK it only has one million inhabitants ...
We were lucky on two counts. Firstly that the weather was perfect for our flight, because it did change a bit while we were on the cruise, and Haydn was cancelling the next flight out ( to do with low cloud forming). It must have been annoying for those who were cancelled because back in Queenstown it looked fine. He had to judge not only if he could get them out, but whether the weather would be ok to get them back after their two and a quarter hour cruise.
... to be me next. Once he had jumped they called my name and I walked around to the other side of the platform (I'd been filming Frederico) and sat in the chair. Straight away I felt scared because the chair is fairly close to the ledge and you can see exactly where you're about to jump. The guy was then sorting the straps on my ankle and chatting away to me which was a good distraction. One of the cords on your ankle is a bright green one which you pull after your second bounce so ...