Comfort Hotel Benvenue
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We hiked for about 6kms in total. At the end of the hike, we took a brief detour to see Freda du Faur Rock, the rock where Freda took her famous photograph after successfully becoming the first woman to climb Mt. Cook in 1910. And she did it in a skirt.
We returned to the hotel around 5PM, with just enough time to relax a bit before a buffet dinner at the hotel. I am pretty sure Dad just want back to his room to stare out the picture windows.
... little Mexican place right in town for dinner, as most of
you know I love Mexican food and the cuisine in New Zealand is a mixture of
Queenstown is this quaint little town right on the water. There’s little shops everywhere
and a mall near the center of the town. Someone told me it’s like the adventure
capital of New Zealand. And I agree. I’m planning on going skydiving ...
... Kim was doing. Chris then sold a car and brought a trailer for his ute within an hour and off we went up to Christchurch (2 hours ish) to pick it up and then back again......rather eventful day I must say. Friday Kim came home with baby axel and we went off to his workshop to tidy it up, prep the van some more and just general bits of work, nothing much really happened. Saturday and Sunday we spent most the days getting the engine ...
... all about protecting the NZ ecosystem from microbes from Kirtlington Quarry, the only place the boots have been worn previously. You seriously have to applaud their determination and diligence in this endeavour.
Anyway, its all done very politely and with some repressed humour and we get our shoes cleaned in the bargain. "Here you are sir, welcome to New Zealand". "Thanks very much officer, we're delighted to be here"
......and we are.
... Outside the cathedral one individual is telling the snap takers (including us) that we are not wanted, don't belong and should leave them in peace. You can see his point, but I disagree. If you don't bear witness, you cannot really comprehend what people had to endure, and in any case, if the tourist dollars did not come in, it could only have a detrimental impact on local employment.
Meanwhile most locals are ...