Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Arrowtown
... which cost an eye watering $18. I'm now on the look out for some clippers. Otherwise I hung around whilst Tom uploaded 500 odd photos of general party shenanigins to FB before we headed out for another afternoon of frisbee golf. We rented the firsbees this time which made a big big difference. Whilst not awesome I played a considerably better. My opening and finishing weren't great but my second throws did some damage. My 'technique' appears to be throwing very ...
... line of vision. And no rain! It's just below freezing though but that didn't stop a bunch of us from looking at the wonders of our galaxy and maybe a neighbouring one and admire the celestial show.
I meet some Malaysian travellers one of whom is trying to capture all this in a photo which is immensely challenging I understand. I look through his rather basic camera but the results are quite amazing. We talk for a little while about ISO settings and ...
... saw on the sea shore. We soon made it to the eastern coast of the South Island and spent the rest of the afternoon in a town called Oamaru. This town had another really cool kid’s park, but this one we decided to play on. As I mentioned before, the parks here are super cool. They prepare the kids for all the crazy adventure sports they have here in NZ. There was a whiskey distillery here too, so Brock and I shared a flight of tastes of New ...
... about what I like about villages, there is generally less going on in them than towns and cities. This seems strange but I think it cuts down instances of unwanted F.O.M.O or as its also known, "Fear Of Missing Out". If not much is happening, and you are doing something good, then the chances are that nothing better is happening nearby without you. That's a very relaxing thing to know. It allows one to really slow down, relish that morning coffee, perhaps a read of ...
... the lake and mountains watching the low lying cloud burn off. Our cameras on the jolty coach didn’t do it justice but it was totally gorgeous. We had a long drive that day – 600kms- to take us to the 8th natural wonder of the world (or so NZ claim) which is the bay of Milford Sound. There is very little else in the area except for the boat companies that run tours into the Fjords and show you how pretty it all is. The weather wasn’t ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet