Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Up for an early start Emma and Andrew were going to the snow fields but unfortunately they closed the fields for the day as the winds on the snow fields were too strong. The weather not great to day ..........showery Mick going to the conference ( thats actually the purpose of the trip) Some one has to be responsible. Hugh Sophie and Emma went laser tagging and had a really great time came out with red faces and smiles ...
... I'm not an expert on all the legislation and regulations on this stuff, all I'm telling you is my opinion." Fortunately that sort of ended things, but it was pretty awkward... He never treated me quite the same way after that, and brought it up once more at a later time. But I just tried to treat him with lots of love and respect after that, who knows how it came across. But anyway, you do the best you can and work hard and just let it go! :)
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... the shops in town where we bumped into Rachel. Ryan and I debated getting our hair cut. I wasn't keen a first but so glad I did. We went to a barber where I got mine cut by a nutjob of a Welshman but he was hilarious! He also did a fine job of removing the mullet I had been sporting, plus got rid of my split ends! I didn't even know I had them! After checking back in, the 5 of us set off to a town nearby apparently that used to be a booming Gold ...
... and up to the Queenstown Golf Club (at $95 a round!). Very hilly, but lovely. Down through the course and back to the car. Home for some net time before we head out for a last night dinner. Into town after 8 for a cider at 1876. The place was rocking and the cider was just as good. Full of bikers (bicycles) as the comp had just finished. Wound up at 'The Captain's Table' for dinner. Marl and I chowder and Malcolm the venison. Excellent. Wandered home and into pjs and ...
... to stop off was because we were staying there overnight before heading to Milford Sound the next day. It is normal for Nades to just drive and drive and drive without stopping - I think she might be part camel! Olivia and family, lived just outside Te Anau which was perfect for those of us who’ve never been there before - that’s me and EO! So we dropped off our bags, took a wee and much relieved headed towards town and Lake Te Anau where we were taken ...