Powderhorn Chateau Mount Ruapehu
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... 16. Climb a crate tower
17. Did I mention stock up on alcohol...
18. Have a game of monopoly, that old classic
19. Enjoy a good sausage
20. Braid each others hair
21. Have a game of true american (do you watch New Girl?)
22. Take a group selife
23. Take another group selfie
24. And don't forget to drink jager out of egg cups. This is key to enjoying points 1 through 23.
... color: rgb(20, 24, 35); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">It’s raining in Palmerston North, and I’m looking for the person who sold my sister a dining table. She lives just out of town. Apparently she has H1N1, is that swine flu or bird flu? In any case I’d rather not catch it. I expect her to be wearing a mask, or to be living in a bubble like they wrapped the house in ...
So for the next month we start a bus tour, it's a hop on hop off service as and when you want to, but the driver is also your tour guide for activities and does the journey with you. We got on the bus and there was about 15 of us in total, mixing English, Irish, American, Belgian, German, Mexican and Uruguayan! Pretty good mix! The first day was from Auckland to Raglan, a small surf town. Here, we were based on a mountain in the forest which was a really cool spot. In the afternoon a ...
... it was cold and the doubt set in. It would only have been another 15-30 mins till we were over the summit and were so close to the halfway point it was painful. The kids told us it was rough going and the down section was even more dangerous, we were both worried about the wind knocking us off our feet and the track was worryingly close to a sheer drop. The last push would have been the most exposed and with great regret we decided it wasn't ...
... hour or so what with the altitude I have the most horrific wind, the only thing I can smell is roast chicken! Seems like my gluten intolerance has been confirmed!) That is until you get further towards the end. As you look at the 200m there are ants climbing up a hill. This must be the extra climb you can do. It's 45-50•, we continue and again hope that this will be the summit. It's still hot, my energy levels have plummeted, this is now proper climbing there's no steps ...