Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel
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... Queenstown after. Milford sounds is around 5 hour drive from Queenstown and is touted as one of the most impressive drives in New Zealand. We looked into doing some diving there as there was one company who did do diving trips in Milford sounds however it turned out we was a week to late and they had shut down for the season so it was back to the drawing board. There's a lot of river cruises on Milford ...
... chilling with them for a while. We went for a wander in town but they, like so many others, have also got the bug that's going about and so we weren't out long. Since getting back I've done washing, napped and read my book - I did warn you it wasn't very exciting! Nomads, which is the hostel I'm staying at, offer a free evening meal everyday and so I had ...
... dressing up for the evening's fancy dress party (the theme was something starting with the first letter of your name). Turns out 'vampire' and 'robber' are both achievable with two bin bags, eye liner pen and a red sharpie. The next significant stop was Franz Josef, a town completely devoted to tourists visiting the main attraction - the Glacier. We took full advantage, visiting the glacier in several different ways. In the morning we walked to ...
... so happy to sink into her arms after five months of only Facetiming. We laughed off the date confusion and meet up with Doug and we all headed into town for dinner. Queenstown is flanked by mountains on one side and Lake Wakatipu on the other. It definitely had a Banff feel with lots of trendy shops and restaurants. We picked a pizza place and got to catching up! After supper we thought we would pop into a tourist info centre and gather some brochures. A travelling ...
... bigger than his head. Crazy dog!
Back in Queenstown, we found a play in the same gardens, a parody of Cinderella. Quite funny. In the town's centre, there were a few street performers and Fra ended up being part of a performance. I'm not sure he liked having knives juggled above his head..
Time to head back to Lumsden.
Nous avions une journee de conge aujourd'hui et sommes alles ...