Distinction Te Anau Hotel and Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Please don't roll your eyes at me when you see how many pictures will be uploaded with this post! I have only uploaded the ones on my big camera and there were 222! I've narrowed it down to 166, but I haven't put the ones from my iPhone on the laptop yet! But, let me start at the beginning of the day...
After our usual breakfast, we …
... at 6:15am and are dressed in out thermal onesies for breakfast. We head out at 7:00 to the kayaks dressed in the fleeces, raincoats and and kayaking skirts. We do look fetching. After a short intro we are in the water. The rain has finished and the sun is burning through the clouds. As we kayak over the still water the waterfalls are still gushing with water. Rainbows appear between the tree covered mountains, it appears ...
... right before and right at the end of the sheep population, slowly leading/following them. The dogs could jump out and back on at will and looked extremely happy with their lives. The sheep themselves just looked hot and thirsty, but it was really neat to see this.
We were back at the room by 3:30 and shortly afterwards walked down for a stroll along the Te Anau lakeside. It was a very pretty afternoon with sunshine and warm temps. After a foray into ...
... a good chance of seeing a lovely sunrise. We braved the cold morning air and went to the front deck to take photographs of the very beautiful sunrise and to watch the cloud lift entirely from the mountains as we headed out of the tranquility of Precipice cove deep in one of the arms of Doubtful Sound into the main body of water. While we were on deck we saw some crested penguins which are an endangered species. They were ...
... went to a campervan rental but for 90 days at over $4,000 I decided that a new tent, thermal mattress and fleece sleeping roll was a better buy. I also spent a dollar on a second hand book from the library. On the road again I made my way to Te Anua, the gateway to the Milford Sound. I found Gene & Sheena already settled in, and so excitedly I put my new tent up, washed my clothes and fed my body. It was a cramped campsite but it also made one get to know ones neighbours. ...