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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Travel Blogs from Arrowtown
... the ice hard and my left elbow and forearm took to the brunt of the fall. Oh the pain! I just wanted to stay in my fallen position until the throbbing pain ebbed, but Ben wanted me up so I wouldn't be a hazard…too late! haha.
It was humbling and I had a silly smile pasted on my face the entire time. The only time the smile went away was when I felt myself losing my balance (which was often) which made my face emit both surprise and ...
... 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 ...
... for me was celery and almond butter boats. It was a rainy day, so we went to habebes cafe for a big ass lamb kebab salad with lentils, beans, spinach, quinoa, hummus, chilli sauce, mint & lemon yoghurt sauce and garlic tahini sauce for lunch. We then went for coffee at vudu cafe. The americano was okay but a bit watery, and we shared a banana muffin with caramelised pecans, cinnamon and caramel which was ...
... 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 ...
... so big it was breakfast, lunch and dinner all in one!
On Saturday we went for a day trip to see Milford Sound (voted the eighth wonder of the world) and our friends Tash and Sophie switched days to be on our trip too. It was such a rookie error from them! The weather was horrendous with pouring rain, really low clouds and so much wind we could barley stand up! It was five hours each way on a coach, with supposedly stunning scenery but we could just see ...