Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... across to the gondola jump station and even Graham and I as spectators were harnessed up. Bit of a wait and very nervy watching all the jumpers.
Tasha survived only to find the camera had failed so no DVD or photos, very upsetting.
SO back again early tomorrow am for a second foc jump!! Hopefully with full footage.
Off to Wanaka for New Year fireworks in the rain which is a shame when the weather has been so lovely.
... Arrowtown. It’s in Macetown, an old gold mining area 15km up a 4 wheel drive track from Arrowtown. This is a very infrequently used road and we weren’t going to get a ride, so we’d left early in anticipation of having to walk. It was sunny when we arrived at the trailhead, but as we walked down the road some stormy looking clouds were building. All we could do was keep walking, and we ended up getting lucky. It didn’t rain at all ...
With no shower at the free camp I decided to brave the lake and tentatively ducked under the water in my birthday suit. I didn't last long, it was tooo icey! We packed up the car and drove the short journey on to Queenstown not missing the phenomenal views to our left as the lake continued. The scenery still wowed as we parked up and walked around town. Queenstown really is a beautiful place, although you can't help but feel you are in toy town. Everything ...
... and other mammals to the islands. The eco-system is very fragile and some species of plants quickly become invasive, such as pine trees and Scotch gorse. When they brought deer into NZ and they had no natural predators they multiplied like crazy. They used to hunt the deer, but can you believe they now farm them for their venison? They don't seem to mind living in a farm environment and oddly don't jump the fences - ...
... work. We've been jet boating, zip trekking and to the kiwi birdlife park so far. Next on the list is the canyon swing and the bungy! I'm feeling really settled here at the moment, have a great group of friends and love the house I live in, I know the plan was to move on after winter but I've decided to stick around in Queenstown for the summer as everyone has said it is amazing.
They say New York is the city that ...