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... meals, cooked in hostel kitchens have taken a backseat. In addition to our Ferg trifecta (Trifergta) we have joined in a group Sunday lunch at the hostel, for a meagre $8 each, and sampled the delights of the Fat Badger Pizza Bar. We figure that we are saving money by not jumping off a cliff so a little extra spent on food isn't too bad. It was in Fat Badger, over pizza, that we felt our first NZ earthquake. It was a pretty good one measuring 6 on the Richter scale. ...
... a whole lot of hype for a tiny little burger joint, where the burgers themselves are anything but, but now that we have sampled the mouth watering delights we have to agree with the BBC that this probably is the best burger place in the world. Although we may have to check again, and again and again... The weather here has felt cooler again and the Remarkables have a good dusting of snow. The lake, Wakatipu, is a whole different beast to peaceful ...
... I think I said that I'd seen it or something, I don't even remember) and all of a a sudden everyone was shocked that I'd SEEN this holster in real life. I don't know why I even said anything, normally I shy away from political discussions just because I don't like arguing and certainly I didn't want to argue with my hosts. But anyway, the guy then asked "doesn't it scare you that people are just walking around with guns hidden on them?" I told him, no it doesn't scare me. I ...
... meant that we had to earn our desert - we had to catch our pancake before we got to take it (well, a clean one from the pan and not the floor) to the table bearing accompaniments of berries, peaches, banana, cream and slivered almonds. Another great Ultimate Hikes meal to round out the trip.
Despite the foggy conditions, we had enjoyed our walk through the Harris Saddle today even more because of the special significance this magical countryside had for us.
... evening. As the time approached it looked like the rain would not abate, so we kitted up for the walk back in to town (about 10 mins) to go and eat. Having put on all our weatherproofs the rain, of course, virtually stopped about a minute after we left the motel.
The evening at Halo was excellent; many vegetarian/fish dishes to chose from and a very friendly atmosphere. Also scope for ...