Quest on Queen
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... Will repack our bags and out for tea. It is Haere ra ( to us) as we are leaving, in Maori goodbye. Had a wonderful holiday and GPS and driver still talking and not to many arguments. Looking forward to our next week in Melbourne, booked our seats for Caulfield Cup. ...
... or just moved to Queenstown, they share the same free spirit as a backpacker. In my experience, they usually remain distant from the customers and stick to their own circle. However, in Queenstown, we were welcomed into the circle and became fast friends with them. They came from all over the world, Canada, Aussie, French, Spanish, English, Irish, and it was awesome seeing the traveling yet "local"perspective on the city. We said goodbye to ...
... up the road, but they were ridiculously expensive. Instead we all spread out in the common room (where there was a log fire) and watched Ted and Gone Girl back to back whilst cooking and eating. I also drank my last emergency beer.
Aside from the lake, Tekapo is world-renowned for its astronomy heritage. It is a black sky reserve and is the southern-most observatory in the world. The observatory (on top of Mount John, a 1,000 foot hill right next to our ...
... fit any more luggage into the car - we're all sitting with bags under our knees or resting on the back seat between the kids.
We all have neck pillows for the flight, money belts for our daytime touring, plenty of battery back ups for our phones and camera, memory cards, all kinds of sun block, medication, pam's baby wipes, clothes for every eventuality, shampoo, conditioner, bodywash ...
... to level fifty one, which was one hundred and eighty six metres (610 feet) high, and the main observation level. My first thought was this view is amazing, however, Colm had gone quite quiet and as I turn around he was a bit paler than usual! I don't think it helped that I was standing in the clear glass section of the floor where you could see how far up you were. His vertigo had kicked in so he stayed near the middle whilst I took pictures. He eventually ...