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
... island was spent in the northern Marlbourough and Nelson regions. The Marlbourough region is well known for all the wineries so, naturally, we had to do a winery tour. We also stopped in Kaikoura where we went whale watching and saw sperm whales as well as multiple pods of speedy and acrobatic dusky dolphins who would follow alongside our boat and leap into the air. On the way to Kaikoura, we spotted many New Zealand Fur Seals scattered among the rocks along the ...
... went straight through the mountain. Took several minutes to drive through. Made it to Milford Sound just as the sun was setting but there was no camping there. However we found a small tucked away spot to camp. Walked to the river with flashlights. Everything was great except we were woke up at 2:30am to some rowdy locals. Kinda nervous not knowing if we were going to be robbed or what but they eventually left. ...
... is hugely expensive here. We met people from Boston, Los Angela's, Montreal, Perth, etc. it was fun watched the " cricket" someone scored 200 runs and apparently it was a momentous achievement. Not something I understand. This is a young persons place. All the people we are meeting are in 25-35 age range. Tomorrow is an early day. Pick up at 7:00 am to go to Milford ...
... on our budget which would be great. The food planning and packing was slightly more difficult (and heavy) over 3 days, although there is one lodge where you can eat a cooked meal (wine weight does add up over 2 nights after all) but we thought we had enough and set off full of beans, loaded up to the nines and excited.
It’s a popular track and due to it’s accessibility, very busy at times but we still managed to get a feeling of being out there on ...
... a tap! But no ordinary taps, no the water fountain is made from an old sewing machine! This place was so cool! And now we are leaving, and I don’t get to hang out there, and maybe Christchurch isn’t that bad, maybe we shouldn’t leave just yet…..
NO! We bought our ferry tickets, and there is plenty of fun and adventure waiting for us on the North Island…. Guess we will just have to come back someday. ...