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... hoarse (we both have sore throats now!) and feel the sensation of simply falling through the air with the ground rushing up at you. You don’t really have time to take it in as you are simply screaming and feeling that stomach rising through your mouth feeling. It was an incredible rush though and we are both so glad to have done it now and experienced a huge bungee jump, and in both cases overcome a fear of sorts.
No sooner had we stepped back onto actual solid ...
... be the most reckless and go down without braking. However, most of the tire we couldn't as there were countless little kids on the hill. It almost ruined it but we managed to weave around them! We got some good air on them as we flew down the hill and both Daniel and I almost flipped our sleds multiple times! We tried to do it in Rotorua, but we got there 12 minutes after it closed. However, I am very glad we couldn't do it there because we had pristine lake ...
... had a lovely breakfast, a walk around the waterfront and then headed back to the warmth of the fire in the hostel with a coffee and mountain views, perfect! My bus came to collect me at lunchtime, and we arrived in Queenstown in the early evening. I walked to the hostel I had booked into, which was quite a way out of the main town centre, but in a stunning setting right by the waterfront, ...
... to be prepared for it this time.
It was a civilised start to the day with a 9.20am departure for a group photo beside Lake Mackenzie, not far from the Lodge. The sun came out on cue as we assembled for our photo and it continued to shine as we climbed out of Lake Mackenzie. Initially we were walking through a lush green mossy forest as we zig zagged up the hill, but it wasn't long until we we were above the tree line and heading for Ocean Peak Corner, our morning tea stop. ...
I had a few boiled eggs with celery and an unripe banana with almond butter for breakfast, after some exercise. After a couple hours drive from lake Wanaka we ended up in Queenstown. Parking in Queenstown was vastly difficult, but after visiting the I-site we found a free space near Queenstown gardens. It was getting onto 3pm and we had not had any food since breakfast. We walked hastily back into town along ...
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