Amity Lodge Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... and chairs all made 100% of ice. After taking a few pictures of absolutely everything we had to get ourselves a drink. The menu had a good selection of weird and wonderful cocktails, they all looked ice but we could only choose one each. Maureen went for one called remarkable raspberri and mine was called the polar pear. We consumed the cool drinks from an even cooler glass. They went down extremely well. We stayed in the bar for around 45 minutes, the cold set in and it was ...
... Of course Christian made an annoying comment. After clearing up, Scar and I went out to explore Queenstown and buy warm clothing for our looming Milford Sound trip tomorrow. Temperatures are supposed to drop a lot and it's already freezing. Rach stayed at the hostel to try and track down her missing camera. Out and about, we found cheap hats, gloves and jumpers for Milford Sound. I promise that we did try and find jumpers in the second-hand shop but it was ...
... not be able to do it because of the weakness in my legs. On the 40 minute bus journey to the jump site I was still remarkably calm, and also on the cable car over to the jump platform. It was only when the guys gave me the all clear and started to strap me up that I began to feel nervous. I was the last of my group to jump which wasn't that bad actually. In the brief moment of waddling over to the edge I was absolutely terrified but I jumped ...
... a Swedish girl called Lova who also came out with us last night was teaching me some Swedish which was pretty interesting. Later in the afternoon we also went to Tom's house to hang out for a bit. Regrettably we ended up going out again later. Lova was going on the hostel pub crawl but as it was Hannah and Dee's last night before out Kiwi experience familia split up we went out with them. Another bottle of my favourite, white ...
... side of the road in not the best conditions they tend to hug the middle line, actually no, I am being too polite, they just drive on the right because that is what they know. Sadly during our time in the South island there were driving fatalities day after day, not always the Chinese, the Europeans were equally guilty, but it started to become a massive problem and the Kiwis took matters into their own hands and started to pull over bad ...