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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Minaret Lodge Wanaka
Travel Blogs from Wanaka
... a bucket, which I then turned to cuddling and hugging before passing out. When I woke up in the morning, I was so confused where I was, but having a quick glance with my eyes (no way was I going to be able to move my head yet) I knew where I was. I was pretty embarrassed but Jack just thought it was really funny, Alex wasn't home when I made my dramatic entrance but kept saying wished he had been in. xxxxxx ...
... a coffee while the lady sorted us out. Jet boat rebooked fo 10.20 today and skiing booked to start at 1.20. We used the spare time to hire some warmer waterproof trousers, coats and gloves in town and then just made it to the jet boat before 10.30. Turned out we were the only passengers apart from a guy from the company's office who had never doen it and so tagged along. Steve our driver took us and the boat over to the launch site on the Clutha River (which starts ...
11th May 2015 is a day I will never look back on, as much as I enjoyed my time in Christchurch I knew deep down it was time to move on. So here we are in Queenstown, possibly the most beautiful town on the South Island, so happy to be here! The vibe, the people and the atmosphere are just something else from the rest of NZ. I must admit it is a very youthful town, summer destination for the 18-35 and ...
Arrived here mid afternoon ... Took some stops along the way including Lake Matheson, the reflective lakes. The pictures look amazing when turned upside down. Wanaka is a beautiful place, we are thinking of coming back here to work if we can't find jobs in Queenstown. Went to a cinema this evening to watch a film called 'wild', the cinema was cool because there were sofas and a mid way break where they served cookies. Off to Queenstown tomorrow to find ...
... so even better! I should say that having watched the Ernslaw steamer set sail we'd gone into their booking office and Rod had kindly bought two tickets for the dinner cruise next evening after, I hasten to add we'd got the booking clerk to check the weather! Next morning it was grey and wet so we set out to visit Arrowtown, a gold mining village which sprang up in the 1860's and where there are over sixty original buildings now mostly craft ...