The Spire Queenstown
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... the Shotover Jet and went across to their office to be picked up in about 10 minutes and bussed to the site. The bus driver was a chap called Panda (nickname I assume) and he drove us the less than 10 minute trip to the boat loading site on the Shotover River, showing a safety video on the way. We got spray jackets and life jackets on and put on the neck/face scarves we had been given to guard against the wind. Into the boat (with gloves and hats on, though the handrails ...
... lakes (when it's still) are so crystal clear that they reflect the mountains perfectly, simply beautiful. We also stopped for a walk around a place called "The Chasm" which has some spectacular waterfalls! We had to drive through the Homer tunnel on our way into Milford, it was so tight it literally felt like we had to breathe in to get through - this is clearly why I don't drive buses, I would be hypoxic ...
... worth the effort. Whilst up there we also had a go a Luging which is a mix between go karts and toboggan. You sit in the go kart and the track is all down hill and to stop you pull back on the steering wheel. There was 2 tracks the slow scenic track which isn't as steep and goes right along the outside of the hill allowing you to see out over Queenstown and the fast track which is a lot steeper and a hell of a ...
... shop we could find trying to find just the right useless stuff to bring home from here. For our last supper in New Zealand, we opted from a place we just happen to stumbled upon during our souvenir shopping experience…Arnolds Diner. What drew us into Arnolds Diner was the hot dogs. They had massive, foot long hot dogs and that just so happen to be one food we haven’t had the entire time we been over here so ...
... Two more days of constant storms and rain to come. The lady at the campsite described the conditions as 'challenging'. But challenge suggests some sense of achievement, of overcoming, of discovering something new - this is just bland. Sunday 12th April. When the alarm went off at 7am, rain was hammering on the tent. It was still doing so at 9:30. After checking the weather and seeing it was forecast to rain for the next 24 hours solidly, we wrote off riding all ...