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Nothing more, nothing less. Clean and friendly staff. Rooms were tidy en sufficient for sleep-over.
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Even though I've now jumped out a plane 3 times, what we were doing this morning I can safely say I was way more scared of doing. The canyon swing. I saw Tom Daley do it somewhere and since then I've always wanted to do. It's a kinda of a cross between a bungy and well a giant swing. There was a group of 5 of us, Julian, Elliot, Alex, Doris, Hannah and I, okay 6. Hannah and I had chosen to do a tandem one so I was hoping it wouldn't be as scary. For those who have done a skydive ...
... In our room. It was fantastic.
Tomorrow it is looking to be cold and rainy once more. If it warms up, we plan on going out on a jet boat and then kayaking, which would be lovely. However kayaking on glacier runoff if it's 40 degrees and snowing would NOT be fun. So we shall see what actually comes of tomorrow. Either way, it's our last full day of vacation, so it is best to go out with a bang. Jumping off another bridge, mayhaps?
... over a gorgeous blue river for some people to throw themselves off in the name of fun!! We were tempted to go for the Nevis Canyon swing at 134m above ground but unfortunately decide there were other things we wanted to do more (phew!) We arrived in Queenstown and had a few drinks that evening. 26/1/15 Another fun day ...
... although that was delicious, it was the 3 year old child who ran around the back of the tour guide and turned the machine on while she was handing out chocolate. Safe to say there was melted chocolate everywhere and the kid's parents were mortified! I can't explain how difficult it was not to laugh. After the tour I headed over to the Chinese Gardens that I wanted to visit but I didn't realise you had to pay an entry fee and I only had a free 20 minutes. So instead I sat ...