Aspen Court Motel - Twizel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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Left Queenstown in some sun. Raining by 10.00. Some wineries along Gibbston Valley, rugged terrain and then flat plateau. Rain eased though the view was curtailed by Louise cloud. Drove through Twizel then up to Mt. Cook village alongside L. Pukaki which is the most amazing turquoise colour. Visitor centre very excellent in Mt. Cook village but …
... and the local council took control. It is so much like Gove it is not funny. The houses are all quite small and of a similar design. The town centre has a small shopping precinct with a limited variety of choices. There is a pub, quite large indoor sporting complex, a swimming pool about 25 metres though. Just a few kilometres out of town is Lake Ruataniwha which is fed ...
... Tasman Glacier,saw views of the eastern face of Mount Cook and landed on a nearby glacier for photos...it was a wow wow factor and so pleased we have had this experience. We continued for the next hour to Lake Tekapo where we aim to stay two nights. We have booked an en suite so a bit of luxury. We will have a lazy day tomorrow....all this excitement we have had over the last few days, we need a ...
... and we could see Mount Cook, it was another stunning view and we were in love! New Zealand is capturing our hearts bad and if we could we would stay here forever! We were sad to leave Lake Pukaki but we had to make our way down to Lake Tekapo which was another half an hour drive. Lake Tekapo is a small town but it is picturesque by day and dazzling by night. It is bang in the middle of a UNESCO Dark Sky Reserve, making it an amazing place and hopefully if luck was on our side, ...
... watched a glacial lake. We then drove to Tasman lake but due to the rain decided not to walk around it. We left the reserve and drove to Twizel with its artificial lake and lake Ohau. We then returned to Tekapo, to face a mighty storm. We ended the long day with (bad) pizzas. Tomorrow, we're off to Wanaka. ...