Asure Queenstown Gateway Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Free airport shuttle
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... past Sarah's bedtime in fact. We spent the night at Huw and Sarah's so we were able to say goodbye in the morning. I love these guys, they make me want to be a more adventurous person. I hope this goodbye is as temporary as the last one. It is important to keep such amazing people in your life.
So now that we got the mushy stuff out of the way, it was time for a CONCERT!!!!! Three Dog Night! Foreigner! And the one and only (well two actually) HEART!!!!! I can't tell you ...
... that I really enjoy, and which I anticipate will only increase once my stay gravitates from luxury lakeside to hostels, is the conversations that we strike up with strangers. To then realise what a small world it is when they are from Northampton or have children that went to the same Uni/school as you. Strangely comforting. Wednesday was a mental day. Water rafting followed by my very first skydive. After working myself up for the jump of death! it was too cloudy ...
... seeing the sights and getting a Devils Burger, as Fergburger had a massive queue, which was pretty impressive. We sat by the beach with all the masses, until we ha a first spot of rain since being in NZ!! Drinks in the evening but an early night as we were off early to Dunedin to stay with Mandy's work friend Tracey and ...
... of the two glaciers. This time I was not disappointed. It was epic. Again, we took the same walking option as before, walking three hours through a rainforest, but it was 100% worth the effort and the final 400m steep climb to the glacier face. It was just like the photographs in the text books, and better. The sun came out and it was a really good day. The glacier has, however, retreated around a 40 minute walk in just 4-6 years due to global warming, which is a little scary!! In ...
Last night I woke to what I thought was an earthquake, I tapped Chris on the arm to tell him it was an earthquake...it turned out that he was itching his foot in the bed, making the bed move. False alarm on the earthquake! We checked out and were back on the road again by 10am, both feeling full of beans after an early night and lie in this morning. We popped into a DIY shop as Chris wanted some tape to strap the GoPro to his hand for his bungee this ...