Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel
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... really fast narrowly missing large rocks and doing 360 degree spins! Ben and I got to sit right at the front and got a little wet along the way! In the afternoon we took a steamboat ride across the Lake Wakatipu to the farm on the other side. When we got onto the old steamboat been and we set off exploring around the boat, it was lovely seeing the old engine room watching the men shovel coal into the fires, they were covered in soot! Ben was ascending some stairs when he heard ...
... bit of the glacier and put our crampons on our boots and met our guide who was very nice. We has found out through someone at another hostel that there had been a big rockfall at the glacier a few days before and their usual path and heli landing spot had been destroyed (people almost died too). Because of this, our trek started off quite slowly as the guide was digging out paths and steps with her axe on the brand new track. It was really cool to watch her do this though ...
... the jump. I was also very nervous for her.
We stood waiting and the paper with her number on it was shaking on her hand, it wasn’t just the cold.
The wait was short and so Brian and i made our way to where we could photograph and video her.
Very soon she was shuffling to the edge of the parapet and then looked around and jumped.
Wow, she took off! and almost as soon as she had jumped but the rope straightened and ...
... plats in my hair. Dais had text her about the heating and she came to inspect although she wasn't much help. She said that all she knew was that they can get dusty and that might make them become less effective. She suggested vacuuming them. By this point I just wanted her to leave as I was in the middle of my porridge and was a definite sight for sore eyes. She then went on about how she had found the "spare" remote control for the DVD ...
... thing - that was fun. My legs and lower back ached but I guess I'm out of shape as I haven't lifeguarded for four months. I'm sure it won't take long to get used to it again. I really vowed never to be a lifeguard again after some disasters had before, but here I am! I sincerely hope there's better things out there for me back home. Anyway, we did all the security checks, hosed the entire poolside, did the covers, cleaned the strainers and emptied the bins. I ...