Websters on Wanaka Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... doing a spot of cleaning. Although I got so hot when I did some cleaning that it looked like I had just taken a plunge in the pool. The day got a bit more interesting when a group of young adult males turned up. The slides were closed today due to lack of staff. While I was stood watching the pool I heard an unusual noise of wet plastic against walking skin. It soon occurred to me that there was at least one person in the slide tube even though ...
... time I think I did about 40kg just to practice so this time I really wanted to up my game . Myself and another girl worked together starting light and adding more and more weight. We passed 40, 50, 60, 70, 75 and I thought I'd just give 80 a go. And I did it 5 times. I was so happy with myself. After that we did our WOD it was 30 seconds of sit ups, 30 seconds rest, then 30 seconds of pushing the bar up with weight either strict press or a little jump ...
I was half asleep when I called home this morning for a wonderful catch up with all the dramas, news and tales. I love chatting to home, it makes me feel lucky to know what I have and also lucky to be away from it sometimes (that was mean I know and I do miss everyone a lot). I monged out around the flat for the morning, catching up on more life. I paid off outstanding bills including the ambulance bill from that night in Auckland when I thought my life was over. They ...
... with an oven - it’s very seldom that we get to use an oven so we made a big roast chicken dinner. The mechanic who helped us out was really nice and only charged for 2 hours of labour so we were on our way back to Wanaka with more money than expected. As it wasn’t raining the second time round we walked by Diamond Lake, which is East of Wanaka and also up Mt. Iron, which isn’t really a mountain as it only took 40 minutes ...
... seemed surprisingly light with the snow covered ground, in a way it lights everything up. On my way home I popped into the supermarket to get some more satsumas - they're so cheap an yummy. I also feel that although I never get a cold I might get one if I keep feeling cold long enough. Daisy had a job interview today for nannying and she got it. It doesn't start for three more weeks - as we've been promised for so long but she really wants to wait it ...