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... t enough to get the rush I needed so I then strapped myself to the world's largest swing... upside down and backwards, and then let a stranger drop me. Thankfully, the swing worked as planned and swung me into a 300m arc through the gorge. Not a bad way to cap off a trip in New Zealand. Ps. the jail cell I was talking about is really just a room at a hostel. It was converted from a jail to a hostel a few years ago, so don't worry, we haven't gotten into trouble with the law ...
... where we got on and up to a point where there was a tunnel built through the gorge, it was built to divert water so that prospectors could get to the gold on the river bed. Apparently though when the drained the river all they found was mining tools and whisky bottled, as the river had frozen over the year before and the gold mined. We were then taken back to get off. We had another picture then got back on another boat! This time we went for the back! It was so much ...
... commentary purporting to be from a personage of the era or had been turned into craft shops. ( We enjoyed listening to the paper editor and the housewife, an early settler in the area.) Then we took in the viewpoint across the bridge before driving on to Queenstown. We knew the apartment was along the road but we were amazed to find that our turn off to look at the map was infact the marina apartments we were booked into. Five star luxury but no ...
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The Kinloch campsite was really basic which is just our cup of tea - $6 a head, one drop toilet and water quite a walk away. Showers were available but at $10 each they were obviously trying to put people off using their limited hot water supply. A glacial river ran by the site - pale blue and cold - running into Lake Wakatipu - the 2nd cleanest lake in the world (99.9% pure - that’s better than bottled) and the Humboldt and ...
Today's highlight was our cruise tour to Doubtful Sound. We used multiple modes of transportation, none of which involved Moshe driving. A well deserved day of rest just to sit back and enjoy the view. For today's blog I used an entry from Lonely Planet which guided me a lot in planning this trip. I highly recommend the NZ book. Magnificant Doubtful Sound is a wilderness area of fractured and gouged mountains, dense forest, and waterfalls. the ...