Lake Hayes Motel

Address: Lake Hayes Road Rd2, Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lake Hayes Road Rd2, Queenstown, is near Coronet Peak, Nomad Safaris, Nevis Highwire Bungy, and Queenstown Wine Trail.
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Exploring Queenstown

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Feb 12, 2015

... of the shops because I've been worried that I don't have warm enough clothes. Walking around the shops here is like being a kid in a candy store - there are so many shops that are just like REI but with all these different brands we don't really get much of in the US. It's great but also sort of terrible because of course everything is super expensive.

Ry and I went to the grocery store last to get food supplies for our trek. We also ...

A final beautiful day

A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Feb 03, 2015

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Although we once again woke to rain this morning, it cleared up almost immediately and we were blessed with a final day of fine summer weather.

We had been vaguely planning to book a 4WD tour of the local area that would point us to various LOTR film locations, but we decided we'd rather go explore on our own.

We first headed to Arrowtown, a goldmining town of yore that is now a quaint tourist stop. We wandered up and down a few of the streets and had a drink ...

First stop in New Zealand > Queenstown

A travel blog entry by rach1644 on Jan 20, 2015

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... about 5 hrs to get to Milford but the scenery along the way is sooo worth it. In fact National Geographic voted it the most scenic route in the world! Unfortunately it was a bit nippy the day we went so majority of the photos you will find me in a wooly bobble hat purchased from a fine NZ souvenir shop .... Sarah bought a scarf and Miriam got socks! Arriving in Milford you board the boat directly and on board for about 2 hours. You sail around beautiful ...

I feel the need, the need for speed

A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 09, 2015

... raced at at least 100 mph and experiencing 360* turns we had to stop to wait for the other jet to pass us we got Andy's life story. 99% of the New Zealanders we have met are so friendly and just want to talk, are genuinely interested in where you come from and usually have some story to tell and if not they always give advice on where to go , what to do and where to visit. The ex pats are worse they just want to talk about everything. Anyway I can't tell you ...

Day 60 - Kiwis and Jet Boats

A travel blog entry by dougndev on Dec 17, 2014

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... which was 9 weeks old!) the fully grown female kiwi we saw was very active and funny, bumbling about all the time and foraging by sticking its long beak into pretty much everything! The chick was a lot calmer :) We also saw a couple of kea which are apparently very cheeky and in the wild they chew up rubber such as walking boot soles and they can rip up tent zips! Thankfully the one we were in the cage with was more interested in the seeds ...

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