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... had been made as we were sopping up water off the floor) he goes, "So you're a wwoofer! Well, not anymore you're not! Now your a wwooper! Willing Workers On Organic Plumbing!" (normally Organic Farming) I though that was pretty hilarious and accurate. I had a good chuckle off that for a while!
So now on to the exciting stuff. As part of Easter festivities, I thought, what better way to celebrate than by going bungy jumping!!! So I started the day with a couple hot ...
... in the summer as there was a workforce in the gold rush and offers high-end retail therapy down a shopping street as pretty as a film set as well as a reconstruction of the Chinese Settlement for the history buffs. Onward to our next destination ... Lake Hayes! As you can imagine, we couldn't pass up the chance of ...
... Gentil toady for Dinner Superb food with wonderful staff. Not cheap but you get what you pay for. The wine tasting option is a great idea here you receive a card and self select glasses of wine from tasting size to normal serve. A super way to try out local ...
... main means of transportation around town during our stay, especially given how crowded it was at this time of year and how few parking spaces we could find. We rode back to our apartment and geared up for a long bike ride to Arrowtown and back. This ride came highly recommended online and followed the well-marked "Queenstown Trail" along the lake and through the valley to Arrowtown, an old gold-mining settlement 15 miles away. We followed the path along Lake Wakatipu ...
... those along the coast.Towering peeks and meandering road not of best quality. Queenstown is situated on a lake too. It is the adventure capital of NZ but we will just enjoy the beautiful scenery. No banji jumping for us. We dined on grilled chicken and salads we bought at the local supermarket. We try to do it shop often. We have a small cooler and we bought 3 freezer packs. All motels in NZ have a small kitchen in the room ...