Coronet View Accommodation
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out amazingly well, for which I'm super grateful.
So there you go, a little insight into what's it been like to be a woofer and what I've enjoyed and not enjoyed about it. Maybe it will help if any of you out there are thinking of woofing in the future! There are tons of countries around the world that offer woofing, not just NZ! The US included!
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... it would be nice to go up the gondola and ride the luge. For those of you who don't know, luging is kind of like go-karting except you race on a steep downhill circuit that feels like you're part of a Mario Kart game! It really was so much fun and I had a great laugh with Dan and Michelle. Once we'd been down numerous times we bumped into Maeve and Irene so we all went for a wander around the top of the hill. It was a glorious ...
... nosey, and she stuck her nose where is certainly wasn’t wanted - into a bees nest! EO noticed she was doing strange things going round in circles (more strange than normal) and we then realised why - she was literally covered from head to foot in bees and they were doing their best to sting every inch of her body. I grabbed Bobby’s vest and frantically hit and swiped at the poor dog to get rid of the bees. As soon as I had finished that EO squealed and ...
... to Queenstown and our new hotel, the Copthorne Resort. This is the other end of the arc to the quiet little boutique hotel we have just left. I became completely traumatised when I was trying to find the Laundry Room in the labyrinth of corridors where I had left my washing. If you don't go up the right staircase you can’t get to your room unless you go back to the beginning and choose another exit. I need a tracking system to find my way around! ...
... and we wondered if we'd make it back to Queenstown without prattling to a stop. Marc drove as economically as he could and it appears we had about a litre of fuel left when we made it to the petrol station, so it was a bit close!
We popped back to camp, left the car and walked into town, with a view to taking
Lotte to the playground for a bit and then having a nice final holiday dinner out together. Lotte was very keen on the swings (she'll stand and ...