Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... relaxed in the room until dinner. I ordered room service again as I was too lazy to get ready for dinner. I had pork ribs, chip and a sticky date pudding. I was exhausted and fell asleep 9 pm. The paintball day is going to be a great place to bring students to. It was great value for money and included a light lunch. We had great instructors ...
... I looked up in the direction of the voice and saw a girl sat behind the stall looking at me in shock. She looked vaguely familiar and after a while I realised she had been in the year below me at school. I managed to look surprised to see her and asked her how long she had been here etc. Great acting on my part because I hadn't a clue what her name was and had she not recognised me I probably would never have realised I once knew her. Although I didn't know her name it ...
... around the hills surrounding the town, including the giant clock that was constructed into the hill sometime in the 1930’s (we think). The whole structure is over 7m tall, and can be seen from 8km away at night.
Our next stop brought us back to Wanaka, and the Motatapu Track. This track takes you from Wanaka to Arrowtown, through the hills around the Motatapu River. We camped 10km outside of Wanaka, in Glendu Bay, as the trail starts just ...
... giving us the same tour but from above, then turned around and headed east over the snow-capped mountain ranges. After about 45 minutes we landed in Queenstown, exhilarated, and certainly glad we did the flight instead of another 6 hour bus journey!
The evening was then spent chilling with an oven pizza and looking through the hundreds of ...
... little nervous about the idea, anyway.)We walked over to the office, met the guides and the 10 other people swimming with us, got our wetsuits on, watched a safety video, and took a bus over to the wharf. We boarded the boat, and we were off to find the dolphins. Miss Keen Eyed Elizabeth found them first, and we donned our masks and flippers, and entered the water.
This is where I am at a loss. How do I describe this? Without using ...