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... den Regen in Neuseeland.
Vormittags haben wir eine kleine Tour durch Central Otago unternommen und sind in einem sehr abgelegenen Örtchen namens St Bathans gelandet. Dort wohnen unglaubliche 6 Menschen und es gibt einen schönen See. Hier ist die Welt irgendwie stehen geblieben.
Danach sind wir auf dem Rückweg über die karge …
... burger I've ever had. After chilling out by the lake and having a quick look around town we made our way back to the hostel via Searle Lane where Tom have us a free pint, we struggled through it but thoroughly appreciated it. We came back to find Em struggling in bed. Her skydive had been cancelled due to bad weather and she seemed thankful for it with a bad hangover! We hung out in the hostel for the afternoon resting. One of ...
... burgers (and chips) and fast! We decided to enter! What an experience! Loud music, action packed stunt TV, very pleasant chatty Swedish (?) girl taking orders and a production line of young staff putting the burgers together so fast it was almost a blur! We sat up at the counter and waited for our number to be called. The line by this stage was out the door and up the street! We had ordered the Little Bambi Burger (sad, but true! Sorry Kim!) and it ...
... and went straight to the legendary fergburger. I got a 'sweet bambi' wild venison burger with a Thai apricot sauce and Georgia had the 'little lamby', a lamb burger with mint jelly. Both burgers were quite delicious however my venison patty was quite small and thus swamped in the fresh bun. The burgers were only around $13 and what made ten so good was the freshly made sauces and baked bun along with decent ...
... much to Alastair and Josie's amusement. We powered through the walk but were gutted to find out that the viewpoint was much further away from the glacier than we expected. Fox glacier was next and even though less popular was much more impressive. Next Josie flew off (great pun) to do a skydive whilst the more fearful of us headed to Mount Cook viewpoint, dried the tent and repacked. Josie loved it (best moment of her life) and we laughed at the comparison ...