Central Ridge Boutique Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... bit of a tough climb. You can luge race at the top but we decided against it, perhaps foreseeing that we would have a better use for our money ahead of us (another teaser!).
After retracing our steps down, and stopping off for a bit of lunch and the search for a missing selfie stick (we found it in Dan’s bag you will all be relieved to hear), we decided to go on a walk around the Lake and to nearby Frankton. This was about 12km in total and gave us more wonderful ...
... and walk around for a bit. No cruise this go around, but it well worth the effort nonetheless.
For our last two days, we got to soak up Queenstown and all that it has to offer. It's like Telluride or Aspen on steroids. Fenced in by snow capped mountains, sitting on the edge of a (very cold) deep blue lake, it's known as the adventure capital of the world.
No surprise, we had an early wake up this morning before we skydived. Surprise! We are going skydiving! I was nervous to look outside the window, but all I saw were blue skies! Perfect, clear weather! We quickly made our way to the dive shop and saw we were going to be jumping with a bunch of Asians. It was us 2 Americans and 28 Chinese. I wish I was exaggerating. Plus, we were all doing the 15,000 feet jump so we all were going to be on the same plane. We signed our ...
... gear. The gloves and hats even came out today! There wasn't much wildlife about today, all we saw were seals. Lynne was hoping for some bush penguins, dolphins and whales. But today was not her day! Not even one little penguin was out to say hello. Once we'd arrived back from the boat trip, it was straight to the bus to take us back to Queenstown. It seemed like a flying visit to Milford since its such a long journey, but for us, it was worth ...
... to have a good time. Instead laugh at your mistakes. You are human. It is the one thing we all have in common. You will be surprised that a little laughter can open many friendly doors. No-one wants to help the haughty tourist, but the open friendly traveller will find many friends
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