- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... The journey up the lake took about 20 mins past some islands which were dome shaped. Now when you visit NZ you get absolutely dazed with an infinite number of amazing facts it's like being inside the Guinness book of records. I just need people to start giving me a crib sheet so I have a chance of remembering at least some facts. I've said this is the second largest lake, it's depth is on average 200 metres, the water is so pure you can drink it. It ...
... is measured in metres not centimetres. ( the wettest is Tahiti apparently). But for our first day it was dry, even though a little cooler than we have been used to, we were still in shorts and tee shirts. A gentle walk back and then the, now becoming regular, BBQ, 2 bottles of wine and a good chat to sort out the worlds problems before retiring to bed for an early night. Tomorrow glow worm caves and a boat ride ...
... unfortunately, this dashed Josh's dreams of going to the Cadbury factory (where I'm told you get to see one tonne of chocolate poured through a fountain) as it is a working factory and you aren't supposed to visit if you are
ill. I really didn't think I would be able to sneak through with my red nose and eyes!
Last night, we visited a pub near where we were staying called Inch Bar. It was a really nice place, the exact kind of place that would never make it in ...
... array of fishes mingling with the coral and other bits and pieces. 45 minutes later another boat picked us up and we sailed back to port. As we did so a weather front moved in bringing poor visibility, wind and rain. We were quite relieved to have chosen the morning trip as the afternoon one was looking a tad rougher! We had planned to stop at a few places on the way out of the Sound towards our next stop in Te Anau but the weather worsened and we decided to crack ...
... I was walking through a snow covered near freezing valley in a New Zealand. As we climbed the cloud set in thick, so much so we couldn't see where we were going, let alone any of the scenery that was there. It was a shame as when I checked google later, we really did miss some spectacular scenery. As we climbed, the Irish girls dropped back a bit and we re-caught the Norwegians. It was starting to resemble an episode of the great race. Before the final push towards the ...