The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... work. We've been jet boating, zip trekking and to the kiwi birdlife park so far. Next on the list is the canyon swing and the bungy! I'm feeling really settled here at the moment, have a great group of friends and love the house I live in, I know the plan was to move on after winter but I've decided to stick around in Queenstown for the summer as everyone has said it is amazing.
They say New York is the city that ...
... same door I had strolled out, BURST open and a man and woman very literally RAN through the door and two thirds of the way across the room, SCREAMING as they went. Wow. I wouldn't have believe two adults could behave like screaming children if I hadn't seen it myself. They sank into chairs and after about thirty seconds started laughing.
Me: Where are you guys from?
Me: Ahhh... I see. :-D
So I ...
... to learn. It was clear how much they needed this kind of assistance and the effect learning had on them. I formed an attachment to my four students, Michael, Edmund, Maria and Ella. It seemed as if they were always smiling from ear to ear and this made the volunteering work almost too enjoyable. It was a giant learning curve for me to be in that environment and observe the complications of cerebral palsy as well as being able to ...
... her shift just started. After a loud reunion she pointed us in the direction of her place, Nic was off and at home. We grabbed a few beers and headed over to catch up. Nic was there but not doing all that well after a long weekend of birthday drinking. He was a trooper though and had a beer with us while we caught up.
Brownie left us in Dunedin and was also in Queenstown. His hostel happened to be five houses down the street from Nic's. We stopped in to ...
... the day where I finally succeeded at doing a double under but alas it wasn't meant to be. The man next to me got two hundred and something, the weakest person to get any reps got 27 and then there was me. Sweating, frustrated, almost in tears because all I was trying to do was to get one. Just one rep. I didn't cry though. Our next skill thing was the Turkish get up - a wonderful exercise to strengthen your whole body. I tried a weight that may have ...