Wanaka Edge Apartments
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OK - guess what the weather is like? Yes, another bright sunny day but with light, whispy clouds drifting down the lake below the mountain tops. I spoke with a lady who informed me that the weather TV had said it was down to 3 deg overnight. OK, weather change, time to move on but this time it's northwards.
We left Queenstown and headed …
... whilst he went off and explored and provided rent money to the chocolate shop and then had the hide today to complain he has put on weight.
Today we have come the long way around to Wanaka stopping at Cromwell for coffee, this town is famous for being the most inland place in all of NZ so we have gone from coast to coast and up and down and now the furthest from any coast we can be. We could have gone the alpine scenic route but decided to see as much as ...
... the Southern Alps to Wanaka, through Mt Aspiring National Park. My heart feels so swollen and happy with love for this place, and just love for life at the moment. I feel like the luckiest little lady in the whole world. We arrived in Wanaka at about 2.30pm, I dropped my bags and put my walking boots on and went straight up Mt Iron, the views were out of this world, you can see the whole town, and the lake ...
... on a vast boulder and watched the sunlight playing on the slopes across the way. Before long, we had arrived in Queenstown, notorious for being the 'adventure capital of the world' (and birthplace of the bungee jump as we know it). Parking up, we took a saunter through the buzzing town centre, full of exciting-looking restaurants and bars and well-populated by relaxed tourists. Dozens of young men and women were sat in groups down at the lake side, having a drink ...
... and Mt Cook as well. It was over so quickly I only managed 250 photos and 2 videos! Once we got back we had strong coffee and a second breakfast where we just kept shaking our heads in amazement! Once we came to our senses we decided a short detour to Lake Matheson was in order. This was a lake with a glass like finish that reflected all that was around it. More good pictures and then off again. We agreed that we should push on to Wanaka for tonight's stopover - a good ...