The Spire Queenstown
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... be sunny, the other days are overcast and rainy. Since most adventure activities are outdoors it's not nearly as appealing in pouring rain. However, Fish did say that Milford Sound is best in or right after rain. There are hundreds of temporary waterfalls that occur during rain. However, the only thing we had already booked was a fly-cruise-fly trip from Queenstown to Milford Sound for Monday, forecast to be the sunniest day of the week. Oh well, at least ...
... actually small carriages that are being lifted up the mountain (456 m above Queenstown and 760 m above the sea level). The view was breath-taking and we made some great pictures of Queenstown and lake Wakatipu there. Then we went back down to the city, walked around the city, beach and a wharf, had some ice cream and met with our host Jane.
She is this great lady who along with her son lives in a secluded home in ...
... out all my teeth.
I ate of the Ferg for lunch, as I'd been doing every day. I ate of the Ferg for dinner every night as well. Not only is there Fergburger, but right next to it is Ferg Bakery and they make beautiful pies. Vege pies, meat pies, all sorts of pies. So I would pie for lunch and burger for dinner. I managed to lose weight doing this. :-P There were two reasons for adhering to the Ferg-diet. Firstly, while there were many ...
... I just stopped all the noise at the second I decided I WAS going to go over. And while I remember deciding to do it, I don't clearly remember the feeling of going over. Maybe because it happened so freaking fast. Cartoons would lead you to believe there's a moment of pause at the beginning of every downward plunge but this is totally not true. You are falling the moment that leading foot doesn't find ground under it. I also remember ...
... pause and do a little cultural referencing here. My Aussies will know this, but the rest of you may not. In much the same way Australians are called Aussies, and the British are called Poms, and Americans are called Yanks, New Zealanders are called Kiwis. It's to do with a native animal here, OK? And "New Zealanders" has far too many syllables.
Back to the descent. My Dad has previously been to Kiwiland and suggested to me I sit ...