Twin Peaks Lakeside Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... buried in snow. As we climbed the wind was picking up and as we reached the vast expanse of the south crater (a dormant volcanic crater in-between the mountains) the visibility reduced to a few feet with wind whipping the snow at our backs. We have been told that in the summer this crater is a red dust bowl, but to us it looked like an arctic wasteland, totally flat and totally white. We began our first serious ascent out of the south crater thankfully with the wind at our backs, ...
... skydive photos (a 4 hour trudge!).
After getting Jamie’s photos and some groceries, we got back to the garage and waited until gone 7pm for our camper to turn up. A quick-ish swap over of all our stuff and we were off down south again for the evening, very tired, with a messy van, stuff everywhere. Somehow in the rush of swapping vans we have ended up with multiple sets of linen, cutlery, pans, kettles, a noisy fridge and a noisy battery. ...
... was a bed but we weren't able to check in until 1. Again we were homeless and just bummed around until the clock hit 1. As soon as we got into the room we showered and got into bed. The people in our room were horrible people. Massive, slutty ********s that shame the travelling name. All they did was bum around getting wasted and sleeping with everyone. While I was trying to sleep they were so noisy practically shouting. We spent most of the day drifting in and out ...
I've been I'm New Zealand nearly 2 weeks now and I have done more than I can possibly tell you about on here so I thought I'd fill you in on some highlights... First of all, I am no longer Billy no mates, I made friends on the bus so anyone worrying about me driving myself mad being on my own, you can now stop, I've found new people to annoy! I'm travelling New Zealand on a KiwiExperience bus which organises all of the stops and activities for you, so it means ...
... to stop the driver leaving - team effort!! There was one couple from the bus that managed to reach both peaks as well as the crossing in the 7 hours!! They must be really fit! There was also one person who had been made to hire hiking shoes as her sandals didn't have enough grip on. She was then so determined she didn't need them she just carried the boots around. Fair play getting round but surely the boots would have been heavier to ...