Four Seasons Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... me, it was a non starter. So I sacked that and got in the car to head through the Cardona Valley to historic arrow town. Due to the drought that NZ is suffering at the mo, the valley looked brown and not very appealing to the eye. There was one fence at a ranch that was made of bras (similar idea to the padlock bridge in France but with bras on a fence) and a strange village that should have been in 1920's America western. Arrowtown was tiny and ...
... abundance of green pastures, rolling hills and lots and lots of sheep and cows. They outnumber people by far. Today's drive was from Oamaru via Dunedin and on to Queenstown. If you look at the map you quickly realize that this is not the most efficient way to drive in the South Island but I wanted to see certain things (namely penguins) and Mt Cook had only one room available and only on the 12th so we ended up zigzagging a ...
With another rainy and chilly day, our kayaking trip we had planned was canceled. No one seemed to thing that kayaking on glacier runoff in 40 degrees in the rain sounded like fun. Imagine that.
Instead of kayaking, we went into town for the holiday. Today is Waitangi Day, which is a holiday celebrating the treaty signed between the Mauri and the European New Zealanders. Apparently one of the things they decided to do to celebrate this was the Running of ...
... dinner and we were getting a bit impatient with our waiter but at least the meal made up for it. To be fair the waiter wasn't to blame, it was a stupid system whereby if the bar was busy the waiting staff couldn't get their table orders. Some others were complaining too of receiving pre-dinner cocktails at the same time as their food and wine arrived. At least when we moved on to bottles (I think one would have been sufficient Barry!) they ...
... wool. It was tempting to buy many pieces as the air was a little chilly. After a few hours of exploring the wares of Queenstown we meet up with Mom and Doug for dinner on the boardwalk overlooking Lake Wakatipu. We enjoyed a tasty meal wrapped in blankets to ward off the bite in the air. After a relaxing day in Queenstown we headed to bed counting sheep in preparation for our farm tour the next ...