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... for ages until someone finally gets off the swing) and enjoyed the seesaw, and then we took her to have a little paddle in the water, because how many more times will she get to walk at a lakefront and dip her feet in in the near future?
Then we had dinner at Lone Star, a TexMex type place which served large portions and boasted a memorable waiter called Basil. We went over all the highlights of our trip and concluded we'd had a pretty awesome holiday. Can't ...
... when the sniffed dog decided he liked the smell of the strawberries that I had taken to eat on the flight. Then a short-cab ride to the Hilton Hotel, which is situated on the other side of the lake from central Queenstown.
Only a few minutes to settle into my room before a group of us headed off to the nets for a quick session ...
... junkies dream, the weather was absolutely glorious. As an aside though for a country that has so many people hiring camper vans you would have thought that the key towns would have designated parking for them. Alas that seems too organised. An hour after trying to find a place we ended up just leaving the van on a side road and hoped nothing would happen to it. We wandered around the town and lake and ...
Later that day, I am shuttled back into Queenstown still high on an adrenalin rush and feeling invincible. I decided to celebrate my death defying feat with a famous Fergbuger and a diet coke. They are just well known for their delicious burgers which include beef, deer, lamb and pork belly burgers. Fergburger has gained international recognition for being delicious and has a line around the clock when it is open. Fortunately for ...
... just watching made your toes curl and youngsters were doing it, boys of Matthews age were doing it. We decided basically they were too young to realise that they were taking their life in their hands It was thrilling to actually see in real life what we had seen only on the TV at home. We actually set foot on the iconic bungy jump bridge. Plenty of pics later ( it appears the others think it's funny I've only been in the country 6 days and I've taken 1000 ...