Asure Highpark Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... and with British technology and labour, it was a very significant site. It was also known for its coke and fireclay products. However, it is also where the worst industrial disaster in NZ history hyappened, on the 26th March 1896. There was a huge build up of gas in the mine and a massive explosion occurred, killing 65 people.
The following day we were moving on south to Fox Glacier, taking in Kumara, another gold mining ...
... Grey and into the grounds of accomodation for the next two nights. The taxi had to drive at 5 miles an hour over a rickety bridge which the poor man didn't like but we made it to be greeted by the owner waving a key at us and telling the driver he can take us down to our unit save us getting out and then having to walk down to our unit. He puffed a bit but did as he was told but it meant going back over the bridge. All of us held our breath willing the bridge ...
... covered in ice! Luckily a fresh load of firewood had just been dropped off, so we were in no danger of getting too cold. Lunch was at the hut that day, and the rest of the day was spent relaxing and taking photos of the beautiful area. There was 12 other people staying at the hut that night, some of whom had come via Robert Ridge, which we’d hoped to take out. They all said that the trail was good, with not a lot of snow, so we decided to go for it. ...
... claims the glaciers were formed from frozen tears of the mythical goddess Hinemoa whose lover fell to his death while they were climbing together in the mountains. Unfortunately, due to the rapid melting of the glacier, they expect it to have disappeared altogether by the next 10 years or so, so I’m really pleased we got chance to see it whilst we still can.Leaving Franz Josef behind, and with views of Mount Cook (the Highest mountain in New Zealand) appearing on the ...
... the scenery is incredible, we were driving so slow so we could see as much as possible. Lake Lyndon was our next stop, a huge lake in a valley, we carried on along the road towards Castle Hill before making a stop at the Cave Stream reserve where we looked out over the limestone landscape. Directly underneath where we were standing was a huge mountain fed stream where you can go caving (unfortunately we didn't possess the necessary safety equipment to ...