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... On the plus they had a bar where we could go and numb the pain, we also knew we would get a chance to star gaze in our next destination, Lake Tekapo. After drinks, we went to the view point where we gazed down on Queenstown with all the dazzling lights and said goodbye. Slightly disappointed, we headed back down in the cable car, and headed back to our hostel. We played a few games of monopoly to try and cheer ourselves up. Our days were up in this adrenaline town and we loved our time ...
... amazing. Everyone bought cookie sandwiches which involved choosing 2 cookies and your choice of ice-cream. We were ready to explode after taking down the Ferburger and then the ice-cream sandwiches!!! The crawl was meeting at a bar called 'The Find' at 9pm so we didn't have long after our feast to get ready. Showered and dressed, Scar and I made our way down to Rach & Tor's room to pre-drink with the rest of the gang. It was here that I started ...
Canada? People often describe New Zealand as a mini Canada for its geographic diversity, climatic variations and even the similar temperaments of its people. We get it, particularly on the south island.
On the South Island, the west coast (like the Rockies) is defined by a length of alps that runs the north-south length of the land, creating a rugged thin coastline ...
... idea to do the swing backwards. Oh how wrong I was! Before the 200metre swing there is a 60metre freefall and doing this backwards was terrifying but somehow I was laughing the entire time! The guy at the top kept me waiting for so long and just kept messing with my mind so I had so much longer to think about what I was about to do whilst dangling backwards from the side of a cliff! It was so much fun though, the adrenaline rush ...
... sports. Most seem to be starting at $100 and go up to over $400 for skydiving, bungee jumping, paragliding, etc. We skipped all that and made lovely meals and enjoyed the lake from a deck. We took a 1 1/2 hour boat ride that was nice and had a great guide giving an audio tour.
Later, we hiked up to Queensland Hill above town and spent 3 hours enjoying the stunning views of the ...