Amity Lodge Motel
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... Tiny, tiny visible white flakes that turned to water the instant they touched skin or clothing or ground. Something sort of like snow but not quite. Very gentle sleet. I was loving every minute of it. It made me smile.
With my relaxed schedule for the day I headed up the Gondola. Those of you who have been to Queenstown will know exactly where I mean. It's a very steep Gondola that goes up the side of a hill, right out of the edge of town. ...
... classic cars and a coffee shop for me. I thought my luck was in when the second on our list, the New Zealand Fighter Pilots museum was closed (it had been closed for 3 years). But no my luck was not in as we caught site of another museum (not on my list) the WWII museum. This appeared to be closed but there was a telephone number which Peter called and the rather odd Swiss owner came to open up. I wish he hadn't as it was a bit weird. Inside there were no displays as such but ...
... decided it was time to go back to the hotel and have a nap. I wasn't really too hungry by the time the night fell so I turned on the television to watch The Block NZ and snack on some tea and jaffa biscuits. I fell asleep by 9:30 during a documentary on the Maori people, which lead me into a dream where I was performing the Haka at a restaurant; I'm taking that as a sign of how excited I was about seeing the Haka tomorrow evening.
... doing them at about 140m - I still don't understand why anyone would want to do that... And then you could throw yourself out of a plane at 12000 or 15000ft. Again, why would you do that? Makes the paragliders (tandem) and the white water jet boats seem tame in comparison. And get this, they PAY MONEY to be scared out of their wits!!! A fool and his money are easily parted... Loved Queenstown because it had ...
... whilst uploading the video. Then we got ready for our next adventure. Today we decided we would go on the TSS Earnslaw which is a vintage steam ship that goes on a little tour around the lake. It goes up to a farm where you can hop off and do a tour and have lunch but we just wanted to do the round trip all in one. We always see it and hear it come back into harbour. We got on board and it smelt a bit like an old people's home or a school dining room. It was full ...