Heritage Heights Holiday Apartments
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We started out with a very warm sunny day and now we end in pouring rain. I actually don't mind walking in the rain, it is cooler, the air is fresh, the bush glitters and the rivers rage.
All the slower walkers jockey for a quick start and again I find myself at the back as we leave it was initially slow progress until I made my way to the front again.
There was meant to have been a beach where ...
... as it happened to be less than 5 yards away. As soon as I made a mental note of which path to follow, I headed straight for a blind alley and would have been exasperated had it not been for the dangerously tempting high gap at the bottom of each fence which (May or may not have) easily allowed for a competitive soul such as myself to dive roll underneath in order to effect my desired outcome. And so, knowing I had an effective plan, and being sure that Ray would have a longer crack at ...
... and got dressed in really warm clothes I made my way to the mountain I got a taxi up to the mountain it took about 30mins. When the taxi pulled up I was starting to get really nervous about learning how to ski. As I walk into the main part that is when the people gave you boots, ski and another equipment that might be need. Once I got everything on it was time to go ...
... a pie (because it's us and food will always be the number 1 love). Day 5: After watching The Lion King to ease the pain of the hangover, we emerged into daylight for a midday carb-fest. This consisted of a pizza the size of a house, cheesy garlic bread and cheesy curly fries. Job done. Feeling sick but needing to make our way further south, we started the 5 hour journey down to the Fiordland National Park. We know we say it all the time but this ...
... at that stunning view, and us banking up over the Remarkables. Breath-taking!!
After that everything happens very fast. Since Nick and I were at the back, I got to watch everyone bail out. If anyone was scared witless there was no time for them to deal with it. Their jump master had them over the edge and out within seconds. Just as Nick was scooting me forwards along the floor to the gaping hole at the back of the plane through which I'd ...