The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel Queenstown
Travel Blogs from Queenstown
... mountains which rose high above the clouds, a picture that could easily be found on a postcard. We then walked round Lake Wakatipu to the peninsula, a truly wonderful walk, with amazing views all around us, whether it was of the mountains, lake or the autumn trees. We enjoyed it so much that after reaching the end of the peninsula we decided to walk a little further. We just kept walking and walking, heading away from the town in the direction of another peninsula we could see ...
... knew we would have to make several river crossings and the first crossing was upon us within the first 5 minutes of hiking. We swapped our hiking shoes for our water shoes and crossed the shallow part of the river.
The water was COLD, but it was a short crossing and it was actually quite refreshing. We dried our feet and changed back into our hiking shoes, but not more than a minute of hiking, we had to change out our shoes again for another ...
... just to listen and you may be surprised what you’ll learn.
13. Don’t Be Afraid
The world is not nearly as
dangerous as the your mother thinks. Use common sense and you will be fine,
be aware of your surroundings and trust your instincts but don’t let that be
your only focus. Most people are friendly, trustworthy, generous, and willing to help you out. Einstein said ...
Queenstown is a favourite destination by so many travellers mainly the thrill seeking youngsters who are out for a bungee jump, a sky dive and a lot of booze. This is the very reason that we decided to skip through Queenstown, that, and the fact that it is extremely expensive to stay here in every way. One famous draw to Queenstown is Fergburger and even we couldn't resist joining the excessively long queue of hungover adrenaline fuelled backpackers ...
... ll keep you posted.
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 ...