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... will be back to work full time next week and we thought that after having company for so long, Clare and Byron would enjoy a couple of nights alone in their house.
Hopefully this saturday we will all be going to Rob Roy's glacier to have a picnic. This is where Byron proposed to Clare. Apparently we have 3 to 4 hours of hard hiking........lots of painkillers that day!
Girls back home.......Clare and Tony sitting outside, on a small sofa on the wooden ...
... win behind me, the sun came out and I out some great, in my opinion anyway, music on, I was happier than a toddler with a box on Christmas morning. And so we headed for Wanaka, my favourite place so far - another reason to smile - with a brief stop off in Arrowtown where we saw a Chinese gold settlement, a few shops, had a lesson in Chinese that I can't recall any off and looked in some shops. [Fingers crossed I find that top somewhere in the right ...
... voucher that we have doesn't work at the actual restaurant, only the stand stationed at the base of the mountain and right down the road from my place. But guess what? They aren't open on Tuesday either. TWO DAY PIZZA CRAVING, SABOTAGED! Anyways, Iona took me to this place where I tried my first pie. Not sweet pie, meat pie.... like the ones in Sweeny Todd. I got two, a venison one and a steak and cheese one. I wasn't sure how to eat it, so I asked if I ...
After only one full day in Queenstown Luke and I have come to the unanimous decision that this is the best city in New Zealand. In fairness we have been to a good few places over our five weeks of travelling the North and South Island so I think it's a fair judgement. Queenstown has everything. And it's right on the doorstep of so many other beautiful sights like Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound! The centre of ...
... had a tow rope; unfortunately none did but it was good to chat to other people, most of whom were fascinated to find out how we got into such a precarious position. People who stopped included 3x campavans (Asians and European couple), Americans in a car and a Kiwi in a car who kindly offered to wait with Tom as he amusingly mentioned he didn't actually have a driving licence! After a while Tom turned the engine off to save fuel although lights were kept on full ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking