Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Arrowtown
... thing called 'lugeing'. It was like a toboggan run that took you back down the mountain. Greg seemed to win every time! I think Jade and I were just careful drivers! We did this 5 times before calling it a day and going for a walk around the town. This evening me, Sheila, Greg, Jade, Martha, Liz, Sarah and Nicki went for a Thai meal, ...
... model! We meandered in and out if the shops in Arrowtown and we went for a hot chocolate, made from melted chocolate, from Patagonia. Then we went for a relaxing stroll along the river. There was even still some snow lying on the ground! Then, it was time to go to the supermarket, again, I swear I should be on first name terms with the staff by now. We picked up our picnic lunch and headed down to the golf course for a picnic by the lake. As the weather was still holding up we ...
... water flows very slowly along a network of large canals to avoid filling the turbines with gravel. By the lake is a statue of a collie and a little church consecrated in honour to the shepherds who pioneered agriculture in the area that for the most part is almost desert with rocks and stones more abundant than anything resembling grass. At the next lake we bought some local salmon which is farmed in the lakes. By ...
... It was a lot of fun and I think we spent more time laughing than playing golf. For some unbeknown reason it took us awhile to finish all 18 holes. It was tense towards the end and the order of winning was, drum roll please, 1st place was Me! (Colm just to clarify) second place goes to Katy and in third/last place was Maureen. Well as I always say, it's not the winning that matters but the taking part. Maureen wasn't too pleased when I said that. To be fair we were all winners as on ...
... 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 ...