Wanaka Homestead Lodge and Cottages
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Wanaka
... offered to get up early to make our breakfast - we were really appreciative of it because it was soon yummy and set us up for our day skiing.
There are 2 main ski areas from Wanaka - Treble Cone and Cordrona. We had heard Treble Cone (TC) was the best so went there first and for 4 days on total. On the other 2 days we went to Cordrona. We were pretty lucky with ...
... then with better car park and a cafe and gallery shop now on site - nothing there before. We set off to walk to the first and second viewpoints which appeared to be 20 minutes to the first then another 5 minutes or so to the second. We got to the first Jetty View Point after about 15 minutes and took some pictures though there was a slight breeze rippling the surface and disrupting the perfect reflection. We then went on to the second View ...
Today I did the second highest bungy jump in the world . It was 143m in the air and seriously scary!!!
Me and the girls arrived and they asked who wanted to go across on the platform first, so I thought they meant who wants to do the jump first. Me and Vicky were like yeah, we will get it over and done with. So we went over in this little cart in the air to the platform, where we then had to wait for everyone else ...
... and hence their lambs! Clever stuff. Both fleeces and meat varied in proce and there. Could be a considerable difference in value dependent on the market at the time so skill in deciding when to dispatch and shear the sheep. Our last day in Queenstown was spent window shopping, watching the Second Best Marigold Hotel at the cinema and eating the world famous Fergburger. We did try driving along the Lake but the sand flies were out in force so we retreated ...
... called conical hill where you have 360 degree views of the area and can even see all the way to the tasman see
- however, it was incredibly windy and the path was very rough, and we were still cold and in a cloud, so we turned back after about 20 minutes because we didn't expect to see anything
- at the harris saddle you can normally see lake harris, but due to the fog we couldn't make it out
- The harris saddle marks the point where fiordland and ...