Explorer Motel & Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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Welcome to another edition of our honeymoon blog – written this time from our hotel room in Queenstown, where we arrived about midday yesterday. As the title suggests, the journey from Oamaru on Sunday to Queenstown (Tuesday) has been full of exciting and beautiful scenery, and some interesting wildlife, and we have had a good few days. The last entry was written from Milford Sound but only covered up to the point where we were leaving Oamaru, so we will pick up our story ...
... that New Zealand gives and takes in equal measure. We have had the most fantastic weather and I have seen some utterly amazing things while I have been here, but she took back in the most epic way today. Here’s hoping that she takes pity on me and New Zealand gives me back my photos sometime in the ...
... the land or the sky. The bright white gulls that floated past appeared from nowhere and could have been floating in mid air! Soon after we were tucked up in our cosy wee cabin for the night.
After a pretty spectacular breakfast the Navigator continued deep into the sound. Our nature guide then wanted us to experience the complete silence of the ...
... ago and finally here today have found a site which has parts 2 and 3. Guess what we are doing tonight!
Music has played a big part in our trip, as expected. Alanna and I have a mutual love of rock (old and new) and so this has been the soundtrack of our journey. Early on we found a NZ radio station Sound, which plays only "classic rock". When we can get it, we listen to this most of the time.However the FM frequency changes as you move around NZ and sometimes ...
... it. 'Your mate got a bit scared so I'm getting someone to drive her and her bike through'. This was Chelsea, who kept Matt updated with a few more phone calls before Nadine arrived in the yellow breakdown pick up driven by Chris. They were fantastic people. Not phased, not bothered, they didn't even mention it, other than to say that if we waved at them through the CCTV tomorrow when we came back, they would come and pick us up. We were incredibly grateful for their help, ...