High Country Holiday Lodge
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Nach dem Mount Cook Village ging es für eine Nacht nach Twizel. Und ich muss sagen, in dieser "Stadt" hätte ich echt nicht gewesen sein müssen. Aber meine Busverbindung ging nun einmal von dort weg. Hier gibt es rein gar nichts, außer erstaunlicherweise gleich 2 Supermärkte der selben Kette nebeneinander.Twizel war ursprünglich eine Stadt, die als …
... just how majestic the mountains can be, how beautiful the mosaic of hills and valleys, and how much all that cattle fits into the picture.
New Zealand is famous for its wool and we have seen so many lambs and sheep today that it feels like they are the major population here, along with cows, deers and llamas. :P
But the most breath-taking views today were offered by two lakes on our way to Twizel. First, ...
... open road. While all this was going on the boys were enjoying the nearby playground, and Donna was hovering around with a worried look on her face.
All OK. Situation normal. Move along now – nothing more to see.
We left Ashburton and the pretty (and by my reckoning – wealthy) Canterbury Plain and headed inland towards the glacier lakes. We would have liked to travel even further inland to visit the site of the ...
... to dry in 5 degrees, than cotton clothes to dry in 30 degrees. 3. The race to experience as little frost bite as possible when going from hot shower to warm clothing 4. How cold your head can get when you go outside with wet hair. 5. Standing still to admire a beautiful view can only be done for so long before you have to keep moving to ensure proper circulation in your toes. Regardless of all those things the chilly south does bring some fantastic ...
... It stands in good company, as 23 of the 27 of NZ's tallest peaks are in this area; as the crow flies, it is only 53 km back to the Franz Josef and Fox Glacier ranges that we were at a few weeks ago, but to drive there would take days! Oh, to be a crow!
We detoured out to go to the viewpoint for Tasman Glacier and Tasman Lake, which is filled with ...