Explorer Motel & Apartments
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... marched on. It's amazing how much you learn about someone when you just talk. I leaned all about her hometown, her boyfriend and what she did for a living back home. We were joined for the last kilometre by Elizabeth, who had made it her mission to finish before 4.30pm. The three of us had a few laughs on the way down and finished at 4.32pm. Which annoyed Elizabeth as in her words Mary and I "Slowed her down" The whole group completed the trek in a little over 6 hours. A ...
... center. We both did a workout at the gym, and then went swimming in the aquatic center. The aquatic center was really cool, having 2 slides, a warm leisure pool, adult hot tub, lap pool, splash pad and even a "lazy river" section. It was pretty busy with kids (again winter break), but we were both really happy to have a good work out and enjoyed the swim after.
We decided to go back to Queenstown for one last ...
... down mountains. The morning clouds began to lift revealing the stunning beauty of the surrounding area. Not long into the journey some Bottle Nose Dolphins swam alongside the boat before turning away and disappearing off into the distance. Amongst the “pod” was a young 2 month old cub. We were so lucky not just with the weather but with our sightings of local wildlife which is by no means guaranteed. As well as the Dolphins we saw two types of Penguin (fiorland ...
... Peak. They mentioned that the underwater observatory was closed due to damage from a storm the week before but didn’t say how long it would be closed.
The best part of the cruise was the full double rainbow we saw on the way back. It was the brightest rainbow I have ever seen and it just kept getting better and better. It lasted over 10 min! The captain said it was the most impressive rainbow he had seen in his 30 years on the Sound. Once ...
We were very lucky to visit Milford Sound on one of the 150 days a year it didn't rain there! Due to its location, the Sound (actually a fjord) has its own microclimate & is very prone to rain, which whilst creates beautiful waterfalls, makes it hard to enjoy the views. As it was we only saw the 2 permanent waterfalls, plus a few additional extra ones created by recent rains. The fjord is believed to be 300m deep, ...