Wanaka Homestead Lodge and Cottages
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... passed the first of two hydro plants on the river, the other hydro plant, the Clyde, was mentioned in an earlier chapter.
The next large town we came across was Alexandra, with a permanent population approx 4800. As well as the Clutha River the Manuherikia River runs in to the town and flows in to the Clutha.
We stopped here for a look around the market stalls and a bite to eat. During ...
... Mt Mason, Mt Allen, Mt Edward, Mt Salmond and finally Mt Difficulty. We followed the River Kawarau all the way through. We are going to rest for the night in Cromwell and tomorrow make our way back up the gorge to visit a mining centre and then onto a motor museum attached to the Highland Motor Sport Race track. Not many photos today, very little ...
... and you can't stop at them all ( or can you?). Stopped for photos at Bruce Beach and we pulled off for a break at ship bay where there is a boardwalk and you can get on to the beach which is covered in old trees that have washed up over the years. The cove is named after the remains of a ship was found and it turned out to be part of a ship that was wrecked in the Bass Straight 2000 Kms to the west. Strings seas and currents ...
... a walk to town and grab some food and sit out by the lake but I couldn't even make it to the shops down the road. I ended up ordering pizza to be delivered and I lay in bed and ate it. I fell asleep but got awoken by a call from work. In my disoriented state I panicked wondering if I was supposed to be in work today or if I'd done something terrible last night and I was about to get fired via a phone call. Alas it was neither if these, they were asking if ...
... and looked around me and thought lantern or no lantern it was perfect. The sky was clear and changing colours by the minute. It went from bright blue to pink to mauve to dark blue and it was so beautiful. We tried to skim some rocks while we were there and enjoyed the moment. I got pretty cold so we walked back to town in the end. Just as the sun was finishing its final farewell to the day I had my final farewell thoughts for my Grandad. I ...