Distinction Te Anau Hotel and Villas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Up until now I had been wondering why I had brought my waterproofs, at last they would come into their own! There are a number of sheep and deer farms in the area and the main hobbies of choice amongst the locals seems to be hunting and taxidermy. I had intended to do some more kayaking down here, however I didn't think I could paddle fast enough. Te Anau is the gateway to Fiordland National Park and sits beside ...
... owner who lived just up the road, after calling her she promptly arrived to show us around. After brief introductions we set of to the town for tea. To David's delight we had pizza. Whilst in the restaurants we ordered a drink lemon and paeroa, David asked the waitress how to pronounce the name of the drink. She said L and P and laughed. This has become a favourite. After dinner we set off back to the accommodation doggy bag in tow. After a very long day it wasn't long before we were ...
... steep and windy at times, however since we have driven lots of those steep and windy roads, we were not concerned at all. Little did we know that this road would take us to the Crown Range Summit, at 1076 m it is the highest sealed road in NZ. Once at the top, one definitely has a great view of the surrounding area. Before getting to Queenstown, we took a little detour to see people foolish enough to throw themselves off a 42m high platform, only tied at the ankles by a ...
We didn't set the alarm. We had nowhere in particular to be, or any plans for that matter.
We both still ached too so needed another 'recharge' day. We hadn't seen the area where we had camped properly when we arrived yesterday due to the weather and low cloud. This morning however the cloud had lifted slightly and revealed snow capped mountains running up either side of us, following the river ...