Drifters Inn Hanmer Springs
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The bed was comfortable. The spa a bit manky, but we tubbed in it anyway. The open fire was comforting.
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... the GPS was taunting us with the most difficult and narrow roads possible. More awesome scenery and we make it to Hanmer and race up to the Thermal pools for a couple of hours of pampering, some are normal pools @ 28 degrees and lots of fun and like rapids, you jump on a foam frog and go for it!
The other Thermal and Mineral pools are between 35 to 42 degrees and lets just say that after a very tasty pub dinner at Monteiths we slept rather well.
... sauna rooms. Family zone with AquaPlay areas, two waterslides and the SuperBowel mega ride". We paid $30 each (less than £15) with access to all pools and waterslides. We set up for the day on two sun loungers near the lap pool. We had no intention of staying for the full day, but the weather was glorious and there was plenty to do. We decided to get the dull bit done first. Lengths. We stopped once David had done 20. We then had the most ...
... the water. But it was refreshing and so was the cold drinking water straight from a mountain stream. The only thing wreaking havoc on the first day was the millions of black flys biting every bit of bare skin they could find. 30 minutes after dinner I resembled a Muslim woman with only my eyes exposed. Side note: New Zealand is amazing. I'm not sure my heart ever left this place. 1.5 hours from the largest city on the South Island and we were alone in a ...
... could actually see it, he also said that the jet boats are designed to go on just 10cm of water and pumped out enough water to fill an Olympic swimming pool in just 10 minutes! It really was a great experience and we were all buzzing afterwards. At the bridge where we began there was a bungy jump over the river – marion was quite ready for one of those just yet – but maybe next time!
On the way back and to try and relax after our ...
... the main road throughout the alpine looking town there were many people out and about looking for their evenings meals and entertainment at the numerous bars and restaurants. Indecision decided show up and we could not decide on what to do or where to stay. The town offered a plethora of adventurous activities like mountain biking and bungee jumping, along with an extensive hot pool and spa complex. It would seem that the small town had grown from a small station, solely on ...