Arthur's Pass Alpine Motel
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Pass through on the train
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Arthurs Passin kylässä vietimme kaksi yötä. Tulopäivänä saavuimme jo aikaisin päivällä ja satoi, joten kävimme tappamassa aikaa turisti-infossa. Siellä oli pieni kiva näyttely alueen luonnosta ja patikointireiteistä. Illalla sade lakkasi ja kävimme katsomassa Devils Punchbowl- nimistä vesiputousta lähellä kylää. Siellä parkkipaikalla näimme myös …
November 28, 2014
Leaving Queenstown, NZ
We woke this morning at the Blue Peak Lodge in Queenstown, had breakfast and walked to town to the Apex Car Rental office. We had contracted with them for a relocation of a rental from Queenstown to Christchurch. The relocation rate was $9 NZ per day. We were pleasantly surprised to pick up a …
When we finished our 17 days in the backcountry, we felt it was time to take a rest. We'd been hiking and sightseeing the South Island pretty intensively since early October, never taking more than a day or two off at a time. With only 2 weeks left and little left on the "must do" agenda, it was time to go on holiday!
Yes, even when travelling you need a bit of a holiday once in a while.
The first portion we spent in Wanaka, ...
After such an eventful day, the day before (we walked over 7 miles) – we enjoyed a lazy morning in Hokitika at a café and indulging in the free wifi at the local library.
Due to time and location constraints my parent's will not be able to see the Moeraki Boulders, so we had to see some other awesome Kiwi rocks. We had lunch with a pair of Wekas at the Pancake Rocks before we explored the rocks stacked ...
... guide. We quickly grabbed a lunch of an apple and some nuts and off we went. We saw so much in one afternoon, it was incredible: first the Otira Viaduct with pilings as deep underground as above ground. Then a devise that covered the road and carried a rushing waterfall over the highway and allowed it to plunge into the Otira River. While in this area we ...