St. James Apartments
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... on the scene.
By the time we were dropped back at the site at 6pm it had stopped raining and the sun had come out. We needed supplies, so drove back into Queenstown to restock the larder and have a bite to eat.
The safari driver said that if we were stuck for a place to eat, he recommended an eatery called the Lone Star, you can’t go far wrong with the personnel recommendation of a local.
... back to the ground. The air was warm, and I could see why Mack did this for a living! The guys doing the skydives go up 15 times a day sometimes. Once Dev landed, we got our jumpsuits off and chilled out whilst the rest of our party did their dives. We bought the picture and video package, so when we have a computer and Internet we will try and post these! We got shuttled back to Queenstown, and the firsts didn't ...
... Summary: Sheep, cows, deer pastures, mountains, valleys, lakes, repeat. (see attached pictures) Notable stop: Lake Tekapo. It was very pretty, and also very windy. Snow peaked mountains stretched out in the distance beyond the lake. Bought a $6 striped beanie that matched my blue hair and said "New Zealand" on it, that I've worn every day since. Rode a short zip line that was set up next to the lake. Wheee!!! We had dinner in Queenstown once the bus ...
... geologist on the helicopter were studying the mountain. Only after they were sure nothing will fall down right this instant we (along with a row of other cars) were allowed to pass through.
Just a little before Queenstown we saw a Motorsport museum. Highlands Motorsport Park and Museum is basically a mecca for people who love racing cars. Most certainly Karel wanted to visit, and I stayed out, wondering around and ...
... visible white flakes that turned to water the instant they touched skin or clothing or ground. Something sort of like snow but not quite. Very gentle sleet. I was loving every minute of it. It made me smile.
With my relaxed schedule for the day I headed up the Gondola. Those of you who have been to Queenstown will know exactly where I mean. It's a very steep Gondola that goes up the side of a hill, right out of the edge of town. You ...