ASURE Amber Court Motel
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Back in the car we headed for Te Anau. It was a pretty straightforward 4 hour drive through some more quite amazing scenery. We decided to stop for lunch at a roadside picnic spot along a beautiful lake, but there did not appear to be any, so we pulled into a gravel lay by and wolfed down our lunch sitting at our fold out table and chairs. ...
We awoke to a cloudy broken day and after doing the jet boat ride and Relle going to the top of the mountain on the gondola ride we set sail for Te Anau. Well I reckon a sail would have been the way to go because we were blown from pillar to post in the most fearsome way. It was about a three and a half hour drive and it was hard work. It rained for a fair portion of it as well. When we left Queenstown ...
... bends, but we have done roads like that before so no problem. At least we could stop when we wanted to. We went through the 1.2 km tunnel through the rocks which was very dark but we followed someone both ways so it was easier following their lights. We had a great day, spending 2 hours on the lake, seeing Dolphins, penguins and seals on the way, we ...
... by sheer rocks faces and plummeting waterfalls. The longest,called Milford waterfall, is 3 times the length of Niagra falls. It is well worth being at the front of the boat to see the views at their best and get the spray from the waterfalls ! At its widest the Sound is 1 mile across and at its deepest point 300 metres.We were delighted to see fur seals basking on the rocks but weren't lucky enough to see Dolphins or whales. Apparently they were ...
... and is not linked to any other road network. We arrived at the other end of the road well before 10am and immediately boarded our boat. Within minutes we were exploring the fjords of Doubtful Sound. Doubtful Sound was marked down as Doubtful Harbour by (who else?) Captain Cook, who suspected that trying to weigh anchor there would be foolhardy, as winds from the West might trap him in. Whalers later (technically incorrectly) classified the waterway as a sound. As we started ...