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... Picturehouse where you can take a glass of wine in with you. Not only that but the seats are like armchairs and there's loads of legroom, great for a lanky lass like me! The ceiling is covered with quilted material and there's even a chandelier (see photo)! We went to see Paddington, and I have to say it was fantastic! I was laughing more than the kids were (oh dear). My fave bit was when Paddington is on the underground for the first time and he sees a sign ...
... looking dried up, but this was the norm. After an enjoyable and thrilling trip, we were dropped off on the shore of this national park and started the next part of the journey in our “funyaks” which is basically an inflatable kayak that could hold 2-4 people. We followed our group of kayaks back down the river with the current and enjoyed attempting to successfully maneuver and paddle our funyak (which we never fully figured out). ...
... a bit, but a nice smooth landing to finish. After the flight we stopped off for a quick round of crazy golf opposite the airport in the sunshine, and then drove 45mins to Arrowtown for a look around. Arrowtown was an old gold mining town that has preserved its old shop fronts and building so it feels a bit like a Wild West frontier town not reminded me a little of Jasper in Canada actually but smaller. We had an amazing ...
... to see our team starting depart. Obviously I will see Ellie again to go to Oz and hopefully Linda too as her Oz plans match mine and Ellie's. A cheap fry up and a round of frisbee golf (I cruelly lost by 1 to Jack) cured any lingering hangover I had. Unfortunately it didn't for Ryan who seemed to have a midday meltdown and slinked off back to the hostel after hole 5 when retrieving the frisbee from the lake got too much for him. Just he never made it ...
... skate park. Here Helen was required to search through several suitcases of belongings to find herself a plastic coin - belongings that had been hurriedly purchased at a local second hand shop - as overseen by the mother of the bride, Linda. A quick completion of this task and all that was left for us to do was sprint to the finish line at Speight's Ale house. Quite why we, and for that matter every other team thereafter, opted to sprint knowing full well we could neither catch the ...