Asure Queenstown Gateway Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free airport shuttle
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Travel Blogs from Queenstown
... The weather wasn't going to be quite as good as the views though as at 8:30pm it started to rain and pretty heavy too. The rain would continue like this for 15 hours! Not having a break until around midday the next day! So once again we was starting to rethink our plan. It seemed pointless to stay in Queenstown with such torrential rain so we started to get a plan together to head to Milford Sounds and then ...
... day. It was also amazing when the bow of the boat went under a glacial waterfall and some of the guys stood out the front under it. On the boat I got talking to 2 guys from Mexico who were funny, a nice girl from Canada and also saw Phil again who I met a few weeks ago. After the boat trip we made the steady journey back to Queenstown which was pretty boring but the driver put on an interesting documentary so that made the time pass ...
... in Westport, where we tried our hands at paddle-boarding, with much hilarity ensuing. For those who don't know, paddle-boarding simply involves standing on a giant surfboard and paddling along. It's relatively easy and didn't take us too long to pick up - it simply requires good balance. However, the difficulty/fun comes when the guys accompanying you decide to rock your board and try to push you in! A rather one-sided battle broke out going ...
In the morning I made breakfast in the kitchen in the hostel and booked a bus ticket to Christchurch for the 24th, a hostel in Christchurch ('Jailhouse'), and arranged for the shuttle to take me to Millbrook the next day. In the evening I read my book on the hostel terrace and had a couple of NZ ...
... Remarkables", craggy peaks near Queenstown greeted us. This mountain range contains many sharp peaks but lacks the coniferous trees we have in the Rockies at home, instead the mountains are cover with low shrubs and grasses. We made our way through the airport passing the customs officials who were very concerned with the introduction of any foreign biologics to the island's flora. Hiking shoe bottoms were checked for soil, golf clubs had to be examined, and don't even think ...