Hurley'S Of Queenstown
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... etc. I was last. After watching everyone go, I think I got slightly less nervous; even though it looked really high, everyone was smiling and laughing when they came back up, and no one crashed to the canyon floor--all good signs. My whole body was shaking a little when I walked to the edge (and it didn't help that the guys working there kept pretending to throw me over) but when I looked directly across the canyon (and NOT down) it wasn't so ...
... a great evening! Day 2: BEST DAY EVER!! So we checked out at base at 10 am, and walked over to Nomads but unfortunately couldn't check in until 2pm (long) but we kept our bags in the luggage storage, and chilled out in the tv room watching the film 'De ja vu' which is great! Then at 1pm .. We checked in for our CANYON SWING!!! It was AMAZING!! There were 6 of us who were in the minibus on the way down there, and Jonny and I were the last two ...
... exploit, we jumped in the sauna for a little bit to warm back up before climbing on board the Shotover River Jet Boat. This was my first time jet boating so before I get to my experience let me tell you a little about this magnificent invention. The Shotover Jet Boat company has been doing this since 1965- longer than anyone in the world! The jet boat themselves are powered by two 5.8L Mercruiser V8 engines that produce over 660HP and only need ~10cm of water ...
... engaging. She managed to hitch a lift in a camper van with a German couple to Wanaka whilst Matt rode on with Jack and Steve. Reunited in Wanaka, we headed out for a farewell dinner as Jack and Steve would be riding on whilst we waited for Nadine's bike to be repaired. We walked along Lake Wanaka lit red by the sun, and had one of the best curries ever. Day 29. Thursday 16th April. Wanaka to Queenstown. We said our farewells to Jack and Steve before settling ...
... can see, the big blue lakes surrounding Queenstown, accompanied only by cold stiff breezes at the summit.
I was proud to have made it to the top so hungover. Afterward I returned to a giant free BBQ at the hostel where everyone was trying to get rowdy and go out, but no second wind tonight, oh dear not tonight. I sleep easy with dreams of white capped mountains and beautiful souls for ...