The Ashley Hotel
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In the morning, we have breakfast and then depart for a scenic drive to Reefton. On August 4, 1888, Reefton was the first town in the southern hemisphere to have a public supply of electricity.In Reefton, we take the "Historic Reefton" guided tour. It provides a good snapshot of this town full of historic buildings such as the courthouse, Masonic …
We don’t usually think of glacial movement as something we can watch “in action.” In general, a snail’s pace is considered faster. But then, most of us have never had the chance to experience the Mario Andretti of glaciers—Franz Josef Glacier. This fast-moving mass of ice is the centerpiece of Westland National Park, a …
... due to low hanging cloud cover, but the mountains surrounding the area were huge and close by. We drove through a cute, small town and were surprised by how many people were here. We found our hotel and checked in - a very nice room, one of the better ones so far. Meg was feeling a bit under the weather, I think she picked up the cold I started the trip with, so we made it a low key night and got some rest. We're looking forward to our kayaking trip first thing in the ...
After leaving Queenstown in a heavy rain, we made it to Lake Hawea just outside Wanaka were the sun peaked out enough for us to set up camp. The campground made us feel as if we drove into a city park downtown, with manicured grass, big trees and flowering bushes. It was a beautiful place for a nice rest.
The lakes in this area are breathtaking. Massive bodies of water with tree covered mountains surrounding every shore and silent ...