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Christmas and New Year is over, heading to Queenstown, bought a van and started to travel this beautiful country once more.I am overwhelmed and feel so good again. I just try to show you a little about my adventures and feelings while updating some pictures. All of the sudden we found an add for this really nice van for a more than decent price. …
The day after Milford Track our legs were incredibly sore. Our calves were as tight as old rubber bands. We were literally saying "ouch" when we got off the bed.
We hobbled around making breakfast. Katie took a moment to coax Rebel, one of the hostel's free-range horses, over to the window where she fed him a cracker. He stood there for a …
Getting out of Christchurch was really easy and I was soon on my bus heading for Queenstown. The journey took 8 hours but there was plenty of stops along the way. The views of the Southern Alps were so pretty. We stopped at Lake Tekapo along the way, which was stunning with the snow covered mountains in the back ground, my photos really do not do …
Firstly, Merry Christmas. As a present to you from us, I'm writing nearly two whole weeks worth of blog!
So we arrived at Alina's house on Monday, having left Sally and Hugo's about midday and taken a leisurely drive down past Lake Wakatipu. Alina's a really nice lady originally from Poland, who came out here as a refugee 30 years ago. …
Heading further south we passed a few more stunning views of the sea followed by gorgeous forests and finally entered Mt Aspiring National Park. Surrounded by high peaks we tracked parallel to the Haast River and stopped at a couple of wonderful waterfalls before climbing over the Haast Pass. We descended down the other side and were greeted by the …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBumbles Backpackers Queenstown
Bumbles is just on the outskirts of town, a 5 min walk into the centre. This means it's quiet at night, but you can still walk in and out for the night life. Also, It looks out over the beautiful lake, which is nice.
The rooms are also really clean and spacious. Instead of cramming 10 beds into our six bed dorm they had put in a table, and two singles (not bunk beds). Plus it was en suit.
Great little place, would stay again.
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