Wanaka Homestead Lodge and Cottages
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... biting sandflies, horrible things. I happened to see a sign that said the flies are common and they prefer dark colours. Shame most of the 'backpacker outfit' is dark to hide any dirt.
We had lunch at Lake Wanaka, what a view - we had completed the West Coast.
Coming into Wanaka itself we came across Puzzling World which David had already spotted in the AA guide. He could have spent days there playing with the many wooden ...
... and offered it to us as Dais said it was my birthday. Tequila is the only thing I can't drink. The bus driver came to the back and told them what they were doing was very illegal and they'd better put it away before they got chucked off. They were a little rowdy and typical "lads on tour", they were also hungover from the night before. We chatted to them for a bit but they were just being silly. This random guy was sat at the back ...
... my breaks and guess what?!! Another code brown. They genuinely always seem to happen when I go off for a break and no before you get any ideas - it wasn't me! This tipped Channing's mood down so far he was a misery to be next to. We closed the pool - only the leisure pool and scooped and vacuumed. When I say "we" I meant the boys - I wasn't going to get my hands dirty this time! The pool opened up again and the rest of the evening went by steadily. Come the end of the shift I was ...
... about where to hitch hike. One of them, Sarah (crazy German), showed us her skydiving photos, which were hilarious.
We avoided looking in most of the shops as they were pretty pricey, which was expected in a ski town. Most people had been skiing or snowboarding during the day but we only there for the night, so we went for a walk around Lake Wanaka. Dong Geun collected ...
... closed doors in the staff room no one looks up from the paper, their phones or their food. It's like walking into a room after there's been a hench row and the atmosphere is so intense you could cut it with a knife. Anyway, I'll work like a dog, give me the money and thank you very much. Last weekend in my hours of boredom I thought about doing some more volunteer work. I volunteered in Auckland on Christmas Day for those less fortunate than us in order to ...