Copthorne Hotel & Apartments Queenstown Lakeview
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Beautiful apartment, clean and well serviced. It had a great view from the balcony and I could see the Remarkables from my window they had snow on them and it looked pretty..
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Mega day. We took an organised trip down to Doubtful Sound. There are two fjords that are accessible from Queenstown. The most accessible is Milford Sound and I was told to avoid this as it could get crowded with boats and tourists. The inaccessible alternative was Doubtful Sound which is a controlled environment where only one boat is allowed to …
We were here for 2 nights.
Wednesday we drove through cloud, rain and wind but were lucky enough to go on a Jet Boat on the Haast River. What an experience which ended with doing several doughnuts.
We drove through the Otago Region (famous for stone fruits), stopped in Arrowtown which is a quest town with an old Chinese mining village.
The drive from Franz Josef to Queenstown was very scenic, once again very like home but on a bigger scale. The bus was constantly stopping for photographs of the Remarkables (snowy mountains, Fox Glacier and Lake Wanaka. We also drove through Central Otago - sheep and cattle country.
Arrived into Queenstown which to be honest I fell in …
After a long overdue sleep in, I awoke at 7.30 to get ready for the journey back to Queenstown. We ate some breakfast, had a final critique session and the rain came tumbling down. The only rain we had seen on the trip, and no one was sad about that! After a couple of hours travel we arrived in Queenstown. We said our farewells …
Today was the first day I haven’t travelled. I stayed in Queenstown, packed up my things I cleaned out the campervan. Before I took it back there were a few things I wanted to do. The first thing was to head up to Coronet Peak. Once again the scenery was breathtaking. I also got to touch snow which was nice! Next stop was the Gondolas …