Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel
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... later on). We packed our mini tent and camping gear in our kayaks and travelled along the coastline for 2 days before dropping off the kayaks and hiking the rest of the way on the third day. After spending 2 cold and uncomfortable nights in our teeny tiny tent, our cheap foam mattress in the back of the van actually felt like a luxury. From there we travelled down the west coast to a town called Wanaka. The drive was stunning. The ocean was spread out before us on the ...
Got to sleep in and enjoy a leisurely breakfast today. Went by hotel shuttle to downtown Queenstown to meet the tour group. 6 people plus our guide travelled by jeep to view scenery used in films. Lord of the Rings made a name for New Zealand. Since then, Chronicles of Narnia, X-Men and the latest Bond movie have been filmed here,along with ...
... t much to do! Our next stop was Kaikoura, the place where we would get the chance to swim with dolphins! The weather was cloudy but the swell wasn't too bad out in the ocean on the day we arrived so we went out with Dolphin encounter as soon as we got there! It was amazing! The pods of dolphins had 300 of them and we was given tips to get the dolphins to come near us like singing and swimming in the circles, at one point the dolphin was swimming in ...
... The track itself was fantastic - well managed and beautifully cared for. Every turn there was view after view of turquoise seas leaning on golden beaches or rocky outcrops, trees and ferns silhouetted against the sky, multicoloured butterflies and birds - so many of them it makes you realise how many we have lost at home which is sad. We had 3 days of heavy walking - particularly on the second day we walked 22km - really hard stuff for us carrying full packs, but by now the ...
Although it was raining when the alarm went off, it stopped soon after and we hurried to get dressed and pack up camp whilst it was dry. We figured we'd grab some breakfast on the road.
The plan was to see some of the stops along the Te Anau-Milford highway that we didn't have time to see yesterday.
First stop was The Chasm - an impressive waterfall. The rain was back though and I wasn't feeling too excited about walking through the ...