Scallywags Guest House

Address: 27A Lomond Crescent, Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 27A Lomond Crescent, Queenstown, is near Skyline Gondola, The Remarkables Ski Area, Body Sanctum Day Spa, and Kiwi Discovery Milford Sound Tour.
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      Phew - long night and day, but we are here!

      A travel blog entry by dwrwhistler on Nov 04, 2014

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      Well that was a haul to say the least. Lighter than expected headwinds got us to Auckland in about 13:45hrs rather than the scheduled 14:00hrs. Following that up with a quick trip through customs, baggage claim and over to the domestic terminal we headed. Shortly thereafter we were on our connecting flight to Queenstown. Much like Whistler- a tourism hotbed with endless adventure tourism opportunities that will add five years to your retirement planning!

      We have ...

      100 Ways To Die

      A travel blog entry by linleyc on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... the actual words. The little creep followed me down that dark hall too, purring the whole way like I was a nicely anticipated snack. And on it goes. There are lots of different scares. Noises, lights, blasts of air, actors, moving floors and the best one - ELECTRIC SHOCK WALLS. They KNOW you're going to feel your way through and at one point I followed the red light to the end of a hall but when I got there it disappeared. So I reached ...

      A cable and pulley, the new bungy..

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... first in New Zealand, issuing a parking ticket. Queenstown itself isn't anything to write home about. A great setting definitely. Plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. But it is, to me at least, overly commercialised. Even its most historic building, the first house built in Queenstown, is now a fancy souvenir shop! It's also not cheap, so we conclude that we won't be spending a night here, even though we intend to come back tomorrow. ...

      Life is like a box of chocolates....

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Aug 28, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... forward to going to work. As much as I moan about it I'd be so bored if I didn't go! There was a good group of us working tonight which made the time go by faster. It was pretty quiet, the same usuals came in and I listened to the events of their day with great interest of course. During my break I sat and watched the TV as it was just on in the staff room and it was the TV political debates on. It was really interesting to ...


      A travel blog entry by victoriakd on Jul 08, 2014

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      ... just as good! : ) We then went to another bar called cowboys which just played tune after tune!!!!  Following day we took a nice a trip to a small town near Queenstown called Arrowtown. Was sooo small, just looked like a little western place had a sweet shop with loads of UK sweets, no snowies though!! Grrr!!! Had a nice cuppa there and walk around the shops and then back to Queenstown. We then obv  took Claire to the place where we had pancakes and ice cream!!! YUM ...

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