Abisko Lodge And Apartments
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- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsAbisko Lodge And Apartments Methven
Very basic facilities, and pay showers.
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... watching the skiers (this was the crazy time where the morning skiers don't have to be off the mountain yet and the afternoon people were just starting to show up). Once the ski lift lines died down a bit, we headed back to the mountain to find that more runs had opened up! We found our favorite, The International, which most other skiers didn't seem to know about. We ran that run several times before I was getting seriously tired ...
... to stay, so that I could settle down and find a job. But more about this upcoming ‘September’ adventure in my next blog!
Still enjoying, learning more about NZ but moreover, about myself! Sometimes it is hard to travel by yourself and to let go, but at the end it is definitely worth it. Just go with the flow, and you will see where the wind will blow you. If you can have that attitude you are already far ahead. I keep making process, but sometimes I notice ...
Today's pics are in yesterday's entry ... Still working this thing out. Broken night of sleep in Blenheim ... Didn't realise I was parked under the SH1 bridge and the railway. Got to wash my hair tho so set off about 8.30am after having eggs on toast with a bottle of black peppers that opened all over them accidentally. Few short stops along the way ...
Normally two solid days of rain would have me pulling my hair out, bored as hell and pacing around wondering what to do with myself. Especially when it's usually spent stuck in our rental van with nothing to do! On this occasion we have had a warm, cosy home to enjoy two days of total relaxation. We had nice, long lie-ins, watched Come Dine With Me (my ultimate not-so-guilty pleasure!!), UK Soaps and I've accumulated a ...
... coolest part was when I wore Legolas’s cape and held his two swords. I looked awesome.
Jon: To get to the tour, we drove west from Ashburton, the site of Ellen’s conference, for about 2 hrs. and 20 minutes. On the way, we stopped at Lake Tekapo, which was beautiful, and hiked a small mountain (Mt. John) on its shore, making up our own Lord of the Rings story as we went. ...