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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Travel Blogs from Queenstown
... ride up to the top of the glacier (The only way you can access the glacier). Neither of us had been in a helicopter before so that alone was amazing. We flew over the rainforest before landing on the ice itself where our three hour hike would begin. The guide led the group of nine of us over the ice stopping to look at massive caverns and we even managed to climb through a little tunnel. It was a pretty amazing experience, something that we'll probably never get the chance to ...
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... on the cob for tea cooked on the BBQ. Nothing else to say about it really. And the same goes for Lake Mahinapua (apart from it is the fancy dress party place). It is a motel type hostel in the middle of nowhere. We did get to see a beautiful sunset from the beach here though and apparently the lake was used in scenes in the Lord Of The Rings films. Moving on to Franz Josef, the glacier town. Another place me and Emma really liked, but only because we met back up with friends ...
... in Marakau just a few minutes walk from the trek start.
We’re slowly getting used to camping, in fact I love our little tents - hard ground, cozy sleeping bags, cool nights and early morning starts, hot tea and chocolate in the mornings on our little cooker, and moving stuff around endlessly in and out of the car boot, trying not to misplace everything all the time and failing miserably. We’ve mainly stayed in decent campsites with showers etc but ...
... mountain has turned out a picture postcard almost cloudless blue. Another quick stop for some photos at The Chasm, before we finally arrive at MILFORD SOUND!!! Go on..... Google it. We took plenty of pictures and some videos, but nothing beats the sensory experience of being there for yourself. We are booked onto a cruise up the Sound, which is actually a fjord, as it was created by glacial ice moving through the mountain, gouging the rock and grinding it to powder. ...