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... is the LAST NIGHT in our tent. We tried to explain that to Lotte but she doesn't have a clue...
As we walked back to camp, the light hit the Remarkables just right and we took a pic of these pretty mountains that had towered over our temporary home these past few nights.
Tomorrow we get on a plane back to Melbourne and I'll be writing my last entry of this blog. But first, to the tent!
Distance travelled today: 170 km
Total distance travelled: 5535 ...
... out some of the cobwebs. After a good hit and a few overs bowled it was time to head back, freshen up and into one of the tour vans and into central Queenstown. A group of seven of us had dinner at an Italian restaurant - salami pizza and a couple of local beers for me - before we headed back home to prepare for the first match ...
... the gondola to find an awesome luge at the top. My dad decided he didn't want to have a go but my mum really wanted to. So we headed onto it. It was so much fun, you could go as fast or as slow as you wanted. Surprise surprise for me I wanted to go fast. It was such a giggle and I lost my tummy at times as I hurtled over the humps. It was then back in the van and our journey south to Te Anau the gateway to Milford ...
... the line is remarkably short at 11am so the choice was made for me. I sat down with some mates from the tour to dig in. Total wait time was probably only 20 minutes until I was served. The burger was delicious. I think it was because they bake buns fresh at their bakery next door. I saw them bringing them through while I was eating. The burgers are also large – huge by Australian and New Zealand standards. For me, I ...
... and feeling very tired watching all this strenuous and might I suggest absolute madness we decided eating and drinking were about as much danger as we could manage so had lunch. We had enjoyed ourselves so much life was pretty good for these here oldies !! However on our way home reality caught up with us as we only just made it back to queenstown driving on fumes !! Even though this is a huge country and everyone has to drive great distances petrol stations ...