Melbourne Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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... but it's going to be a very very close second.
Ry and I got dinner (pizza and more fries - so sick of fries!) and wandered around some more. We got a bunch of information about things to do, almost all of which are expensive, and headed back to the hostel. Everything here is fairly expensive - canyoning, white water rafting, skydiving, etc. Hardly anything is under NZ$200, and I don't really feel like spending that much money in one day.
... activities at our tourist park reception. We weren't too much wiser after that, so we walked into town to check out Queenstown and book some activities.
The first thing we booked: a bungee jump for me (omigodomigodomigod) tomorrow morning. At ten tomorrow morning I will jump off a bridge and pray I bounce back.
We were also interested in finding a jet boat ride Lotte could join us on and booking a 4WD excursion to see some of the ...
... was pushed out of a plane, and in bungy jumping I had to leap off a cliff of my own volition.
I will walk you through it. I had a base level of fear growing for a few days since I had signed up for this. I just keep telling everyone I am doing it for the free tshirt you get at the end. Lol free, you pay $275 to do the bungy. As a kid, I always loved roller coasters and did not have any sort of fear of heights. As I became older ...
... Häuser aus dem späten 19. Jahrhundert und man kann sich Informationstafeln durchlesen, in welchen man über das harte Leben der chinesischen Goldgräber erfährt, die zunächst nach Neuseeland geholt wurden und die dann aber niemand mehr wollte.
Zurück in Queenstown schlenderten wir auch hier am See entlang, welcher -ähnlich wie in Wanaka- von schneebedeckten Bergen umringt ist. Nach einem Frozen Yoghurt bei ...
... the policy. When Kaff, Vicious, Flight and I went to Jindabyne two years ago, our ride was considerably less enjoyable because of the beginners they tacked onto the group who couldn't point their horses forward to save themselves. And we had to spend a lot of time sitting around waiting for them instead of galloping up mountains. :-D So, well done Dart Stables on catering to experienced riders and sticking to the policy. :-)