Mountain Chalet Motels
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... for sure! On the way up, the views were breath taking and when we reached the top we were just in time for the sunset. It was well worth the walk to see the sun setting behind the mountains. We stayed up there for a while before realising that it would soon be dark and we did not want to walk back in the dark on the uneven path. The descent was much quicker as per usual but we soon had to get our flashlight app up. Thank god for our smart phones. Colm's pace quicken up as ...
... to Jesus Christ on the cross and his crown of thorns, to which the Korean tourists all took turns to pretend to be Jesus and take pictures arms raised and all...
We also stayed in one of our favourite accomodations so far - the downstairs of someone's house converted into a holiday rental. It was a lovely little house with immaculate garden, if a slightly dated it was still lovely homey furnishings (a big deal when you spend so long sharing ...
... Al good reasons to return! I was however now on the bus with one a guy I went to Gloucester college with for 2 weeks, I had seen Jack a few days ago in the hostel. Crazy. We stopped off in Cromwell where our driver said in his opinion was the best bacon sandwich he had ever had. Clearly he hadn't had that many as the only word I can think of to describe it is average. The waitress was moody too! We ...
Went with the TranzAlpine from Christchurch to Arthurs Pass. You could walk to the last waggon of the train and have a look outside. In front of me was a group of chinese people. They were so noisy that you could not understand what the engineer said. Arriving at the YHA I noticed, that there wasnt a shop to buy food. But a friendly girl shared her food with me, when she noticed ...
... had a
bed on top of the drivers seat, the table in the middle turned into a bed and so did the bench in the back. The camper may not have been supereasy to live in but, I can tell you that it was WAY easier then camping with a tent. Travelling in a campervan for a week was fun!
Jen- Heaven. Yes heaven. I loved the two days we spent on Lake Pukaki- just us and Mount Cook- all by our lonesome. We left the hundred of tourists behind 25 kms ago at the ...