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... dream day too). It was fascinating for me to see the differences between Skaftafellsjökull in Iceland and the Fox Glacier here. The ice at the bottom of the Fox glacier was only 80 years old and on average it moves at 80cm a day! This became very apparent to us as a large crack of ice breaking off at the terminus was heard through out the valley as we descended the glacier. After a cup of tea and ginger biscuit we were on the road again towards Lake Wanaka. We decided to ...
... the next goal - as you can guess my response wasn't the politest!! What's going on with Newcastle? Seems to have been on a bit of a slump since I left. Aware it's probably more to do with Cabaye leaving and various injuries / suspensions but my way makes me feel important. The main part of the long drive down to Wanaka was broken up by a couple of photo stops and a couple of walks through a forest. One walk took us to a really clear blue lake, ...
... feeling for a short time.
We took a very high and winding road up to Cardrona and travelled up and over a huge mountain range at 1076 metres at it's highest elevation, our ears popped.
The road was bad enough to drive up, but people (idiots) were even seen cycling and Irene cheered them along as we overtook them.
At Wanaka we discovered there was an event taking place called the Wanaka challenge? It ...
... before the road was washed out and we could not get there. The Glenorchy and Paradise areas were where they shot some of The Lord of the Rings, and we thought it would be fun to see. We still had an enjoyable drive and were glad we ventured out even after the rainstorm the night before (there was some risk we were driving into another storm but we only had a little drizzle that day). We stopped in Queenstown on our way back into ...
... waddling back with our coats buttoned and scarfs round our head. Right now the English summer is doing better then NZ! Next day surprise surprise it was still raining! The problem is in NZ everything is outside so when it rains you get a bit stuck. Anyway we found out about a place called puzzling world which was a huge maze and attached was different rooms of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility