Amity Lodge Motel
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... 4 hour trip back was a bit more relaxed and I waved off my parents back at Te Anau. From Te Anau to Queenstown, it was dark, so our driver stuck a movie on. The movie was The Bucket List with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, which really got to me (although I've seen it before) as it is about cancer and I'd just seen my dad for the first time since he finished his chemo and started his radiotherapy.
We got back, got showered and went straight out for our last night out ...
... It work quite well and I had rallied by the time we got there. We had a 50min ferry journey across one of the largest lakes in NZ called Manaouri. The boat was completely full as the bigger boat suffered a last minute technical difficulty. Plus all the G Adventures group had their daypacks as an overnight bag, space was definitely at a premium. I made friends with a French family sitting beside me who were wondering why we had overnight bags. Usually people go to ...
... The weather wasn't going to be quite as good as the views though as at 8:30pm it started to rain and pretty heavy too. The rain would continue like this for 15 hours! Not having a break until around midday the next day! So once again we was starting to rethink our plan. It seemed pointless to stay in Queenstown with such torrential rain so we started to get a plan together to head to Milford Sounds and then ...
... that were studying abroad in AU, dad & myself, and our guide which was a woman about my age. Ends up that myself and dad were the only ones in our 5 man group that had been rafting before; so, we were elected team leaders which means we sit in the very front of the boat and control the stroke pace. Now to be effective team leaders there’s one very important detail you must always be aware of- the stroke pace of your partner. Their paddle and your ...
... as quickly as possible as we weren't sure how long the climb would take us. As it turned out, the climb - except for the final kilometre - was very gentle and easy going. We rode through bright orange trees shedding their leaves and up a tight, weaving, snow covered valley to the pass, where a beautiful panorama of the mountains opened up before us. Here we savoured the rather special deli lunch we had bought ourselves to enjoy whilst resting in Wanaka. Jack and ...