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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(March 30 - April 2) I have enjoyed everywhere I have travelled but I have really loved New Zealand. The country is very scenic and the people are warm and friendly. It took me two days to travel down to Queenstown. The first leg was across the country on the Transalpine Train. We travel though the mountains. The beauty is astounding. I imagine …
We had gotten so lucky with weather up to this point. Apparently, it had been raining in Mt. Cook for the last three days, and it had just gotten sunny when we arrived yesterday. However, it was now back to being rainy and cloudy – you couldn't even see the mountain from our hotel room!
We were going to walk around Bendigo, a ghost town, on our way to Queenstown, but the weather was not such that we could get the van down the dirt road. Thus, we had to make some adjustments ...
... remark about the Shotover Canyon Swing looking like a bit of fun. Since she was headed towards Queenstown in January I said, "You know, they let you jump naked." And so was spawned the idea to dive off the platform in burlesque costume. Somewhere in that conversation I found myself dared to join her and who am I to say no to a good dare?
I figured if I was going to go all that way though, one costume was clearly not enough. Those of you ...
... in numbers. I had known through the trip that I was considering doing this, so I tested myself on the Tongariro crossing by looking over edges of cliffsides to see how I felt about simply standing there, and how I could possibly contemplate jumping off something similar. The day before when I was at the Gondola, simply seeing a bungy platform made me feel like my heart was pounding. I could only picture myself on the edge and making ...
... World. Puzzling World has a giant maze and 5 different illusion rooms. The maze has 1.5km of paths, with the objective being to reach the tower in each corner before finding the exit. This usually takes about 45 minutes, with people walking in the region of 5km. You can make it more difficult by trying to get to the towers in a specific order, but we didn’t have time for this. It wasn’t too difficult to make our ...