Whare Kea Lodge & Chalet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... poor condition of grass not helping. However, best view so far - we can see Lake Wakana from our bedroom window & from our outdoor bench! Walked the 3 km into Wanaka & enjoyed what we thought was a well deserved jug of beer overlooking the wonderful view. Decided to get a taxi home as it was very hot - receptionist thought it was about 31 ...
... side, we enjoyed the relaxed ambience framed in glorious late afternoon sunshine. We caught a water taxi back to the Rees Hotel. We showered, exchanged texts with Charle and then after some further relaxation went for Christmas buffet in the hotel. This was a traditional meal that we could not finish due to our earlier feast! We retired to bed and fell asleep. I went to sleep thinking of past Christmas Days with ...
... to the point we all had this opinion that it would be this Mecca of activities, food and bars. One of its main selling points is that it is the home of adrenaline junkies with bungee jumping, skydiving, canyon swinging and jet boating just a few to name. About 20 mins of out of town is the home of AJ Hackett at Kawarau Gorge. Hackett was a leading figure in the bungee jumping craze and this site was the place of the first commercial bungee site in the late 80s. As we rocked up ...
... to negate this eventuality. Whenever anyone enquired as to whether I was nervous about jumping, my genuine response was 'No' as I had spent no time even contemplating that minor detail as all I could focus on (when I could focus at all) was how to sufficiently cure this hangover! Since we already knew that, at this late stage, there were no refunds, the cost of the jump itself was enough to ensure that this was going to happen. At least I could offer myself the crumb of ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">Our 2 lane highway wove between pastures and forests with trails that led back to beautiful waterfalls. Many of the pastures are lined with pine tress that are cut into tall hedge rows. The sheep graze on both sides of our road. Some sheared of their winter wool and some are carrying it all, doubling their size. The spring lambs jump ...