The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at 7am either in ten months :) A new terminal is opening soon at the Melbourne Airport. With the traffic on a Sunday morning and the older insides of the terminal we can see why. Our toothpaste and cricket bat were confiscated at security - weasels but we somewhat expected it. We are flying Jetstar a low cost Australian Airline. Use older model planes, charge for everything and don't ...
... Saturday when they've gone.
Once I'd got over my panic I went to get some breakfast, only to find that my bread had gone moulding and someone had stolen my fridge stuff! It really wasn't a good morning! The only solution I could think of was Subway so that's where I went! A few of us went out for breakfast and then went for a quiet stroll around town before we headed back to the hostel. Michelle, Dan and myself ...
... the experience that felt in any way jealous or compelled to give it a try. No thank you. Rach loved it though and in all credit, swan dived straight away without hesitation and only a slight scream. She immediately wantedk to go again. Whilst in Queentown, we have also been for numerous strolls around the town and lakeside, as well as renting a couple of the worlds most uncomfortable bikes (I guess to be expected when they're free) for a ride ...
... horse ride that I have ever done. We also went luging which is where you sit in this sledge-with-wheels thing and you go zooming down a track. It is a little bit like a toboggan. I really enjoyed the actual luging on the track, but you had to get a chair lift to the top of the hill to get to the track...apparently I'm not cured of not liking heights, even though I've jumped out of a plane! That chair lift was a white knuckle ride in itself!! (For me anyways!) Our final ...
... well worth it. Mount Cook is 3700 metres high & in Maori is called Aoraki or "Cloud Piercer" and it did just that for us. As we were approaching, our driver/guide wasn't hopeful we would have a good sighting as the previous 3 days had been heavily cloudy. Then as we got nearer the summit popped out of the cloud and we then enjoyed clear views for the rest of the day. Sir Edmund Hillary, who conquered Mt Everest in 1953, is commemorated here by a statue at ...