Explorer Motel & Apartments
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After a quick breakfast, we headed the beautiful 125 km road to Milford Sound. The weather was perfect and the road is scattered with lakes, mountains and stunning scenes. Upon arrival, we boarded our cruise and started a two-hour blissful time inside the stunning sound. Heading back to Te Anau we visited more streams and rivers. We ended the day with getting gas, some groceries and a pizza dinner. Tomorrow we're off to Queenstown. Awesome, awesome day! ...
... wanted to take one on one of the many adventures you can find in Queenstown, and they had flat screens and blu ray players in the rooms. Is this really a hostel?! Did I just really only just pay $30NZD a night for this?! I honestly don’t know how they do it…), anyway, I made it to my hostel. Walked around town, ate a pork and apple pie (in the same pie, not separate pies. It was delicious.) and FINALLY found a donut!!! GLORY BE! The best part was that the donut ...
... day! After 1 3/4 hrs of sitting just off seal colonies and nosing into waterfalls we arrived back at the terminal with sensory overload, hopped into our little Subaru and set off home! We stopped a few times eg streams, Mirror Lakes (nowhere near as good reflections as this morning, but little ducklings and could see how clear the water was) etc. Collected fush and chups and wine on the way home. All VERY yum! In house activities this evening before we head back to Queenstown in the ...
Travelled from Sydney to Wellington, the capital of NZ, located at the southern end of the North island, population of about 350,000. As we found out the next day a very hilly city built on a series of bays that surround the harbour. As the capital it is more of a government city with attractive parliament buildings and a beautiful library. We had a tour of the building including the legislature and was interested to note that their upper house was abolished some time ...
... silver chains again exemplifying Mother's Natures creativity and beauty. Continuing out the roar of the river began to sharpen, our guide pointed out an eel griping the rocks of the crystal clear water and several stalactites adorning the roof. We emerged from the cave to enjoy the clear waters of Lake Te Anau before boarding our ride back to town. We opted for Italian before retiring to our rooms heaters on full blast excitedly awaiting tomorrow's Doubtful Sound ...