Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to the bridge. They popped me in a harness and then things got serious as they strapped the bungy chord to my legs and I was asked to shuffle to the end if a tiny little ledge, 43 metres above the river. The dude was like '1, 2, 3, go,' but I was too busy being terrified to jump on 'go' so we started again and he was like 'just like diving in the pool.' So I went on 'go', made a strangled sound, and decided that it wasn't just like diving in a pool - it was ...
... have finally completed the Roaming n Tramping and Dodgy Weather blogs from the 24 & 26 of Jan, complete with photos, for your delectation. I'm now off for a little pedicure, then after that I'm heading into Arrowtown to meet Jon as we're going to the cinema to see The Imitation Game at Dorothy Brown's (it would be rude not to), and no doubt there'll be some food and drink in there somewhere... Tomorrow we leave the South Island (sniff), and head up to the Bay of ...
... for one last short hike in the Mackenzie Basin area before saying farewell to the district. We drove back to Lake Ohau and hiked up Freehold Creek. It feels so great to be day hiking with day packs after carrying huge multi-day packs so often! We found a truly excellent trail up here (a very rare find in New Zealand) and made good time through pleasant forest to treeline, and then onward through grass and tussock to a rocky valley ...
... back to the top ecstatic and Sarah was in the seat getting ready and she looked terrified. I thought Claire was bad the other day but Sarah was on a different level. As she shuffled to the edge I thought she was gonna back out but they counted down and she jumped...kinda. It was more like she wanted to jump but her legs gave way before she could and she flopped off the edge! It's safe to say her video has been a source of entertainment for all of us since! She came ...
We've gotten a lot done in the past few weeks since we last wrote. All of it exciting, as well as interesting.
We first had one more morning in Dunedin, so we made the most of it with a stop at Baldin Street (the steepest in the world!) before hiking up Mt. Cargill for views of the city. Then we continued on, towards the south-east corner of the country, The Catlins. It was quite rainy as we drove through, but we were lucky when we stopped at ...