Arthur's Pass Alpine Motel
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- Free parking
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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 …
... enough! Walking through the woods all I could think is "wow look at all these leafy mosses and lichens, the air must be incredibly clean up here" (for the non-ecologists among you, the leafier the lichens in a habitat, the cleaner the air, and these lichens were seriously fronded!). So we found the falls and Dan decided it was too cold to swim and I felt that it would be sensible to limit myself to one swim in a mountain stream per day (best not to overdo it ey?!) ...
... the cold forced me back into the van.
I stopped from time to time to stretch my legs and make use of other people's loos and ended up at Lake Tekapo around 1:30. Once again I took a few photos. I decided to go for luxury tonight and booked into a powered site. Used the shower in the van and discovered that there is plenty of water pressure and the water is very hot. Headed off to bed warm, clean and comfortable. I hope I wake the same way.
Woke up to rain and fog. An Aussie friend said "they don't call it the land of the long white cloud for nothing."
We left for Castle Hill just after 8, hoping it would be clearer there. When we arrived at 8:50, it was still raining and the top of the hill was fogged over. We decided to wait it out since we wouldn’t be able to see anything in Arthur’s Pass either. After about an hour the group waiting in the van next to us decided to go ...