Wanaka Homestead Lodge and Cottages
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around by ourselves and videoing each other. We went to the top of the slope, which actually seemed really high at first and managed to avoid the array of skiers and snowboarders all the way down.
Unfortunately, my feet started to really hurt. I ignored it at first but soon they were so painful that I couldn't walk and I was shaking. I sat down to have a look and both were pretty swollen. We went back to the equipment hire centre and they re-fitted me with ...
... to identify the smells. Great fun! We are well on our way to being wine snobs/ bores!
Our next winery was Mount Difficulty, in yet another stunning location and we finished off in Peregrine which had the added bonus of an open storeroom of wine caskets. Each barrel costs upwards of £1500 and contains something around 300 bottles of wine, the storeroom contained well over 100 barrels.... that's a lot of stock!
Naturally, we purchased a ...
After a good night's sleep we left the motel at 9.45 and made our way up to Queenstown. We soon left trees behind and went up a long flat valley with big hills to each side and mountains in the distance. The hillsides soon became quite barren,like Scottish moors, although no heather. There was a sign saying 'red tussock conservation area', but we didn't see any. Maybe they slept during the day. The road was very straight in places and we saw three ...
Gerade vor Neu-Jahr sendet mir Kevin eine Meldung, dass der Reifen da ist. Ich fahre gleich dahin und er hilft mir bei wechseln. Da schon Abend ist, übernachten wir noch einmal im Hostel (im Zelt vor dem Hostel). Am nächsten Morgen haben wir aussergewöhnlich lange, bis wir alles gepackt haben und fahren erst gegen Mittag los. Wir erreichen Queenstown und machen einen kurzen stopp. Unglaublich viele ...
... taken a better picture! Nailed it! We moved on with Ship Creek (I think) providing a brief glimpse of dolphins. I say 'I think' because we stop so many beautiful places that they sometimes roll into one and I'm not great with names! Our last stop before Wanaka was Thunder Creek Falls, a waterfall providing Facebook profile picture potential of appearing to have a waterfall flowing into your mouth. I took the opportunity to extend my photography portfolio mainly because I wanted to ...