Wanaka Homestead Lodge and Cottages
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have heard that is a rather dastardly road - must be the one you meant Jacqueline. Watched an idiot on a rubber band jump towards the most pretty river luckily the band held cause he would have spoilt the colour as he splatted - why people do this I will never ever know I just think of the back stretch that happens. Found Roaring Meg river and the gushing roaring noise of this as it traversed the gorge, breathtaking and so pretty. The area we were in was the Central ...
... mountain back drop. Wow. I was utterly speechless! After my walk, I went down to the waterfront to take some pictures at sunset, and then went back to my dorm to get ready for dinner. I met my roommates (all here for the skiing!) and then wandered into town for some dinner, then had an early night. Tomorrow is going to be an unscheduled day of relaxing and just doing what I want, and hopefully seeing an old ...
... shingle. Kori had a hair cut at a salon near the lake. Her stylist was Polish and the other was French and was cutting the hair of a Dane. The lovely Dane provided living proof that people from Denmark are the happiest people in the world. She had about eight inches removed from her hair and beamed throughout. Walking along the water's edge, we came to the docking area for the lake's steamship, which was billowing out steam into the evening air, its ...
... if we made Haast by lunchtime then this was achievable. We clogged on and got to our lunchtime destination. Glad we didn't opt to stay here - definitely a 'one horse town'! As there was nowt to see in Haast we were able to set off with early save for the time to eat a Gibby's meat pie! This was good and we could take a leisurely pace apart from the constant view points where we took photos. I'll not bore you with the details but scenery, as usual, was splendid. Now for the ...
... anywhere in central Paris and think oh yeah... I can see the Eiffel Tower, it looks so big, so close! But you walk and walk, and it does not seem to get any closer... So we kept on driving, but Mount Cook does not seem to get any closer... then all of a sudden you are right underneath it. There's that second WOW. We pulled up just before dusk to rustle up some dinner in our makeshift camper kitchen and soak up our personal view ...