Comfort Hotel Benvenue
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... nice company on the tour. The mother like to joke
around, she was so cute. They were my adopted Singapore family. Once we got to
the glacier we had to climb up this pretty steep cliff to see the glacier. Lee
told us that only three people could be at the top at a time because the cliff
wasn’t that stable. I had a lot of fun on that tour. When we got back Lee was
telling me about this stargazing tour that they did ...
... engine that would fit in our van in the entire of new Zealand.
Wednesday we did some work with Chris. Landscaping an aviary in the Timaru botanic gardens which was really good fun as we got to go Inside with all the birds. In the evening we went down to his workshop and started getting the van ready for his new engine.
On Thursday Kim went into labour at 4am and was taken to the hospital where she ...
... imagine the aboriginal people here hanging out under these undermined cliff like areas.
Stopped in Twizel (great name) for lunch. They were preparing for St Patrick's day, so had to have drinks in green colored glasses.
As we approach Mt. Cook low cloud was hanging in the horizon,and remained for the following day as well. Unfortunately , we never did get a clear vista on the mountain ...
... Kea birds there, Mountain Parrot. They are a kind of scrounger/pest - lots of signs to say do not feed them.
Continued driving until we came to Bruce Bay and their were piles of white rocks that people had signed and we signed one with pink highlighter and added it to the pile. Sandflies are a bit of a problem these days when the sun is out.
Stopped at Wanaka for the night and it was a nice little town.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26TH
Off to ...
... campground was quite busy, but we luckily still found a suitable spot big enough for the Tent-Mahal, up on a small grassy shoulder of a dry steam. The campsite is amazing, towering glaciered peaks with the rumble of icy avalanches every 20 minutes or so. The park is well known for its glaciers, mountaineering, and its deadly reputation. It is also a historic place for a lot of mountaineers, as it was the training base for Sir Edmund Hillary, the ...