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... Kate, which I took as justification for my perceived negativity throughout our journey. The fact that this was further elaborated upon as a 'terrible idea' by Mitch and Amy, served to further solidify my stance for future exchanges! One further stop at a souvenir shop and a far more reasonably priced ring purchased, and it was back home for more games of cards before readying ourselves for our evening in town. Polite hunger Preparing to head out for the evening at a nice restaurant ...
... forest on a foot path and were overtaken by runners which seemed a bit dangerous, but they must have been pretty fit! The sixth zipline was the steepest tree to tree zipline in the world and was estimated to be about 32 storeys high. There were no challenges this time so we went down in a cannonball to get some speed then upside down for the final bit. It was amazing! The whole tour took over 3 hours and we just had such a good time, would definitely ...
On our first day in Queenstown, we were tired from traveling so we slept in. Then we hopped into the hot tub for a nice morning soak with a cold beer in hand, and a beautiful view of the lake and Remarkable Mountains. Now, this is the life! When we had absorbed as much awesomeness as we could handle, we got out and started to get ready for the day. Fish provided coffee and toast for breakfast. The weather was supposed to be rainy, so we had planned a day ...
We took the "Nakedbus" from Christchurch to Queenstown. To our disappointment, we had to wear clothes. :p "Naked" seems to mean "no frills" here. It was a 9 hour bus ride, but we stopped every few hours and enjoyed being able to take in our first glimpse of New Zealand scenery without having to drive. I also had time to write the blog post about the Great Ocean Road. Good thing too, because we've been so busy exploring NZ that I haven't been writing at ...
... when we drank it.
- Learning how Cadbury World works! They have different coloured pipes running throughout the factory which carries different types of chocolate and they make some products which they don't export outside of NZ or Australia, such as the Jaffa. They have a jaffa race down the world's steepest residential road, Baldwin Street, where they make and number 75,000 giant jaffas, sell them off for $1 each, race them down the road, the first few to ...