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We got our early flight from Tassie and connected onto our Queenstown flight. We didn't get offered food or drink over lunch on the flight as the staff were muppets! Not impressed. We arrived in Queenstown and picked up our campervan for our 3 weeks in New Zealand. Just a small one, with a table for two in the back, a sink, fridge and a single top gas burner to cook off. The bed folds out where the back seats and table are, pretty handy little camper really! ...
... an afternoon of washing. The motel has great views over Lake Wakatipu, which is probably the best thing going for it. Basic as it is it's clean and seems relatively quiet.
Tomorrow we're hoping for the forecast rain to hold off (again) so that we can do some fun outdoor things, as well as some indoor things that Kramstable is looking forward to, including a haunted house, which he's been talking about all trip.
... and dancing. Me and Zab had other ideas... we went into the other work shed where we started playing on the toys. We were riding the dirt bike around the shed, doing some wielding (well writing our names), beeping the horn of the big trucks and generally mucking around, we were having so much, it was such a blast. Then everyone started joining in and we were told to stop and behave ourselves #whatever. xxxxx
... 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Upon our return, we went in search of the local favorite, bluff oysters. The season is almost over, so we were lucky to find some. We came back to our room to enjoy a glass of wine and the roaring fire.We were surprised to learn that Ottawa Canada is exactly 45 degrees north latitude!
... it was very steep but the driver was excellent and after a few stops to admire the scenery we made it to the river for the ride. The ride itself was excellent. Very cold on the face and extremities but lots of fun all the same. The river was very pretty and I think it's pretty likely that dad and I will return to go kayaking there is the (warmer) future. The trip back was along the same route as before and true to form ...