Mackenzie Country Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8211; otherwise known as Mt Sunday, but the last 20mins was by unsealed road, which was “against the rules” of our rental agreement. Doh! Passed instead through Geraldine and then stopped at Fairlie for lunch. Again the boys found a playground so Donna and I went into the local bakery. Pies, sweets and some drinks set us back $53. Ouch! Still they tasted pretty good and we got to eat them on top of an old railway carriage while ...
... 1. mountains are snow capped - absolutely stunning 2. The heat coming off the ground creates a morning mist on the fields each morning which is just stunning! 3. Less people around means it was much quicker to order and be served a famous Fergburger in Queenstown (actually be served it 3 times - you're only there once!) So since the last blog I have spent most of my time in Queenstown. Whilst there I explored the town a bit, as well as doing a day trip down ...
... have calved off the glacier. Lake Tasman is New Zealand's newest lake, only 30 years old, formed by glacial meltwater. We had to hike a fair way, all uphill, to the viewpoint, but it was well worth it, as the view to Tasman glacier was clear. The glacier itself is quite ugly at the bottom, as it is covered with rocks and debris and the dirty banks sheer off ...
... the mountains deciding we weren't worthy. Thankfully all we encountered was some heavy rain and by the time we reached the village it had eased off to a light drizzle.
The alpine village is straight out of a story book. All the buildings are wooden chalet-style constructions, with the large Hermitage Hotel and Sir Edmund Hilary Alpine Centre overlooking them all at the top of the hill. There are a few hostels and chalet motels, one small bar and restaurant, a cafe and ...
... der Universität von Christchurch recherchiert werden. Wir konnten durch Teleskope gucken und haben verschiedene Sterne, den Mond und sogar Jupiter gesehen. Es war wirklich toll und eine Menge interessanten Dinge über die Sterne wurde uns erzählt. Danilo war sehr beeindruck, auch weil wir Kakao bekommen haben. Nachher waren wir sehr erschöpft. Wir haben schnell einen Parkplatz gefunden wo wir schlafen konnten und sind ...