Heritage Heights Holiday Apartments
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... my own wheels for the last couple of days and not have to walk the Hill Of Death back to my room three times a day anymore. While it did my fitness and firming lots of good it was genuinely difficult after a day of madness. So zoomies in the car commenced. I took the road west then north to Glenorchy, where the horse riding had been on Wednesday. It's a particularly beautiful piece of road and follows Lake Wakatipu nearly the whole way. It dips and ...
... because of high unemployment, overpopulation and the effects of the Opium Wars. Many headed for goldfields in Californian and Australia to make money to send home to families.
Queenstown is the home of commercial bungy jumping but believe me when I say that is definitely not why we went there. The history of bungy jumping is interesting. In brief it started with the people of Vanuatu in the Pacific who for some reason threw themselves from huge towers with nothing ...
... over Hasst pass. Last time we drove we came from the south in heavy winds and rain and the river was roaring through the Gates of Haast. This time the cloud have broken to give some blue sky and, whilst rivers running high, it was comparatively sedate. At the moment you can only cross the pass between 7am and6pm after a Canadian couple in a camper van were swept into the gorge by a landslip near Diana falls one evening in Sept ...
... Blacks did the Haka before every game. It was definitely something a school group would enjoy, watching this culture in action.
Muthas then walked me back to the hotel as we discussed different cultures and traditions. The conversation flowed and I was incredibly grateful for it. It was lovely to meet such a remarkable person. That was the end of my evening and then I fell asleep, once again, completely satisfied.
Sunday morning we had a big hangover breakfast at a pub near the water and then drove to Cheska's place. I had a short curl up on the couch, and then we walked along the water back into town for the day. Cheska got us into the underground fish viewing area for free in the little harbour, and I immensely enjoyed watching the ducks dive down under water. We got an ice cream and walked through the ...