Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Valley Winery. Our friend has a house right next to the concert venue. So after stocking up on snacks, we parked at Sharyn's house and walked to the concert, 12th man flag in hand. One of the perks of knowing everyone working behind the bar in the wine tent at an outdoor concert is, you know everyone working behind the bar in the wine tent at the outdoor concert. We got hooked up with champagne, reisling and pinot noirs. It was awesome! Seeing all our friends again was ...
... throwing yourself to the other side of the boat (pretty much on top of the strangers surrounding me. Awkward) and sliding off the side into the 'bunkers' of the boat 'KNEES UP'. It was fair to say we smashed the rapids. Grades 3-4, 5 being the highest. We were told we could swim too if we liked so I jumped at the chance and the water was refreshingly ice cold and clear as glass. Beaut! The skies had begun to clear so next stop...Skydive! The butterflies were back. ...
... We were a bit sad to see it go but actually quite happy we don't have to walk over fields in the dark to go to the loo anymore! We're now in Queenstown and Arrowtown for a week, so I'm hoping that I will shortly find the time and the energy to catch up with the blogs. Keep warm! A ...
... landscape was very quickly becoming more and more of what you would expect New Zealand to be like. We were in Wanaka for four days and three nights, got bumped up from a 6 bed dorm to a 4 bed dorm, which was a bonus, and explored the town and area around its most famous feature, it's lake. We took it really chilled here knowing our next stop was Queenstown, we enjoyed $4 pints during the pubs' happy hours and generally just mooched about and relaxed by the lake side to a ...
... got distracted by some wheelbarrows outside, see photos for Chris having a go with one. On route to Queenstown we stopped at a cafe for a coffee and came out with a Boysenberry ice cream aswell, delicious! We reached Queenstown at lunchtime, so grabbed some lunch and then it was time for Chris to do his bungee jump. Now he doesn't do things by half and has booked himself on the highest one in the Southern Hemisphere, 134 metres! Crazy fool! I was more ...