Whare Kea Lodge & Chalet
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Whare Kea Lodge & Chalet Wanaka
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... of half-naked ladies over the walls and ceiling! The haircut was very neat but rather shorter than Mike expected and he was a bit unsure of the result.
We had lunch in a friendly cafe and tried gluten free friands which were delicious. We wasted the rest of the time at the hostel booking car hire for Queenstown before getting on the bus. The ride was once again very pretty and the bus driver full of facts! The Remarkables (a mountain range that we passed) ...
... and the braking system was setup in a slightly odd way which gave multiple opportunities for overtaking. This was going to be fun! Laura and I quickly developed an intense rivalry swapping wins whilst Bex rose above it all but was still right on our toes. Great fun all round.
After this day of activities we headed into town for a last supper and when we left we saw an advert for the 'ice' bar. We'd never been in one so as we were all trying ...
It was another early start for our bus. We left at 7:30am in search of Wanaka. Everyone was pretty tired from the night before. I've learnt from this trip that I can pretty much sleep anywhere so of course I took a few hours out and woke up at one of our first stops. It was a beautiful morning and we'd stop at Lake Matheson. It was short walk through some ...
2014 - the first time I have spent my Birthday in the sunshine, we enjoyed a BBQ lunch before heading to a nice restaurant in town for the evening. Chris bought us tickets for the Shotover Jet Boat and so on Christmas Eve we followed in the footsteps of Will and Kate and enjoyed a jet boat ride down the Shotover River, they were even lucky enough to have the same driver as us. We spent a lovely, sunny Christmas at the Royal Hotel ...
... a large garage. Amanda changed into drier clothes, had a cup of tea and eventually chatted to the couple, Lucy and Simon. I, on the other hand, having stuff to write, found the nearest pub, which had a good choice of craft beers. I was allowed to taste some before deciding. I wrote, drank and waited for Amanda. And waited. After a second pint I set off home in the rain again to find her. Lucy had dropped her at the rear of the pub as I left by the front. ...