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Nothing more, nothing less. Clean and friendly staff. Rooms were tidy en sufficient for sleep-over.
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We woke about 9am and decided to treat ourselves to the breakfast at the hotel. It cost $25 each but it was well worth it. I actually felt like we were on holiday for once rather than eating cereal from a cup in a ****** hotel room! We had muesli, cooked breakfast and everything in between. It was great. Noel couldn't move after he had finished. We left the room at 12ish. Once out the hotel we were overwhelmed by the view. The weather had completely changed. It was ...
... instructors were chatting to the group and told them to count me down. Oliver was winding me up which made me more nervous and he decided to count me down from 7 (as much as I was more excited and less nervous you want to be on the edge of the platform for as short amount of time as possible). But this time I'd decided I was going to a bigger jump so as the countdown got to one I dived off as big as I could. This time the free fall was even more incredible and I enjoyed every ...
... With Josh going first, closely followed by Abbie, the takeoff procedure is really quite an odd one. Essentially one has to run off a slope roughly 600 metres high until there is nothing to run on and the wind takes you away. As we soaked up the immense views, incredible sensation of flying and battled the freezing cold the first ten minutes flew by. As the thermal pockets allowed us significant elevation our guides were kind enough to offer us the chance of ...
... is a little hill rising up from the Rangitata Valley in the alpine scree of the Southern Alps. All by myself in the middle of nowhere, chased by cows, I climbed this little hill, ones was famous of capital of the riders of Rohan…The quietness and peacefulness is indescribable…An overnight stay in Hanmer Springs with Manish from Couchsurfing was a great stay. Three guys, one from India, Nourabi and … from….only met for ...