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Travel through the Haast Pass, view Thunder Creek Falls and take a rainforest walk. Then it’s a trio of lakes – Wanaka, Hawea, Dunstan. Next up try sumptuous stone fruit at Cromwell, the stone fruit capital. Later, you’ll visit historic gold mining Arrowtown on the Arrow River, previously one of the world’s richest rivers. Arrive in Queenstown, New Zealand’s adventure-capital for a sightseeing tour.
Day 75 - Wed. 11th. ...
... that had antlers all over the ceiling...... Good coffee though! Surprisingly it was quite busy but it was literally the only place to stop!
Lunch was overlooking Lake Hawes in a hotel just off the road but set up slightly so we had a great view of the lake and surrounding mountains. We continued driving to Queenstownand went though the Haast Pass that can close in bad ...
... I tried to order a baked potato for dinner because of the huge lunch we had, but Laurent insisted that I needed to get a salad, too. The salad was huge; I didn’t get anywhere close to finishing. Because I didn’t finish, Laurent said I wasn’t allowed to have dessert. He was joking, of course, and said that I could have a baked potato. We all thought it was fun and games until he actually brought me a baked potato! Luckily, I did get my mint chocolate chip ice cream, too. ...
... coat. After feeling the different breed's wool we entered the gift shop trying on all kids of wool toques and gloves to heat up from the cool outdoors. Before returning to our ship we wandered the farm finding a momma and baby pair of Highland Cattle. The calf looked like a little punk with its long curly hair nearly covering its eyes. We traversed back across the lake returning to the shores of Queenstown. Doug and ...
... we continued to walk along the beach and came across yet another Sea Lion, this time a female. It lay on the sand basking in the sunshine. I realised that although they may appear injured or dead, they are actually lazy and enjoy sleeping, for once more it refused to acknowledge our presence and breathed deeply. It was only whence we got almost within touching distance that it turned its head towards us and then made for the rough seas. For an animal which ...