Alpine Lodge Backpackers
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpine Lodge Backpackers Queenstown
Nothing more, nothing less. Clean and friendly staff. Rooms were tidy en sufficient for sleep-over.
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... After we were sufficiently tipsy we headed out. We had such a laugh we went to all our favourite places and the boys were such gents and brought us lots of rounds of drinks. We drank enough to have us dancing up on the tables but we were just having fun. We moved on from there and came across some Aucklanders and tourists and just "yarned" with them for a bit. We went to the place where we got kicked out of a few weekends ago and got in no problem. I saw a few work people but ...
... leaves. I didn't use gloves either - big mistake as my nails are filthy now. After I filled them up I had to drag them back down the hill (with the rake as well) and into the actual park. They were so heavy and because I'm quite short I couldn't just stand up and walk I had to actually hoist them up as well. I then got asked if I could take one bag into the Tui enclosure and spread it out on the ground and the other two bags into the Campbell Island Teal enclosure. The girl ...
... asked him to take me to the video shop - Dais and I decided we didn't fancy going out tonight after all so would watch a film instead. I asked her to pick a letter so I wouldn't waste a load of money on the metre while choosing a film. She picked the letter 'B' so I went to the films beginning with B and picked the first film that came to hand. I've never heard of it but it didn't matter - it's a film. I had chosen 'Bad Trip' it's meant to be a comedy. I got back in ...
... a little short-staffed so I had to take a class of absolute non-swimmers with two kids with disabilities all by myself. It was a bit hectic but we just played games like 'Simon Says' and jumping monkeys. They had a blast. At the end of the lesson their entire school (about 25 kids) gave us a big 'thank you' card and some home baked goods. It was a really sweet gesture and the cookies were yummy. I had another little break where I decided out of all ...