Four Seasons Motel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... twisty roads. Sometimes you are better off in ignorance!!ha As I had a starter pack I didnt have to collect my gear and skis until I was on the mountain itself. Apparently this is to help the beginners and make life easier for them. I actually think it makes life harder to be honest. Everyone in the rental shop was rushed off their feet and there was panic all over the place. This led to some of the staff being dismissive of us and our futile questions. As a result I was ...
... funny to watch.
The famous night life of Queenstown was not that bad. We tried to make the best out of it. And all in all we were very successful.
We even spent one night in our tents. Beside the rain and 2 degrees at night it was real fun. Especially Lukas was enjoying it.But yeah, finally we decided to ...
... tour you normally pay top dollar for. It was quite the welcome to NZ. The airport is quite small here and under a lot of work. We rented our car and in the sun drove to get supplies. It's eerie how much everything reminds us of Squamish/Whistler - mountains, lakes, young guys with huge beards, brochures for extreme sports and of course total pot heads everywhere. Our rental car guy is from ...
We awoke to a stunning sunrise between the trees outside the picture windows of the lodge. Although we had a short walk of 9k today, our wake up call was again in darkness as we had to meet our coach at the end of the walk at 2pm. Leaving the Routeburn Falls Lodge we immediately started descending through a beech forest, initially for a short distance on a steep, uneven, rocky surface before the track became a well groomed, more even surface as it continued ...
Ok don't let the title fool you, there’s no jumping off anything in this blog entry, we are very much staying firmly on the ground for a few days...got that Paulie?!
And what a lovely way to start than visiting the beautiful historic Arrowtown, nestled in a small leafy valley with a cute Church to greet us as we drove in.
Founded back in the 1800’s with the discovery of gold in the Arrow River, Arrowtown ...