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As we left Wanaka today we visited the National Transport and Toy Museum where there are an enormous amount of exhibits. Hughie found examples of Meccano sets he'd had as a boy. There was every kind of toy you could imagine. When space to show them has run out there are piles of them in the back of trucks etc in the vehicle section. There …
We arrived in Queenstown around 10.30am and it blew us away, it's so beautiful and there is so much to do here, it's a young peoples paradise, what I don't like is the traffic, bit chaotic for my liking, no doubt, if I survive here without n accident I'm doing pretty good !!! I'll get use to it though, we did a bit of sight seeing and had lunch on …
... to a paraglide pilot who told me 'after three' to run towards the cliff edge and by the time we reach the edge we should be flying.... Note that he said SHOULD!!
Ness and I had just hiked to the summit of Bob's Peak, a mountain towering over Queenstown. The view was breathtaking and the sky was perfectly clear. From the summit we watched paragliders descending gently to the town below. ...
... with his flag on stop sat reading his book. When we duly stopped he got up and instead of turning the board to 'go' be placed another cone in the opposite lane and came over to us. I wound down the window as he clearly wanted to convey some important info about perhaps what they were doing and how many men they were employing or even the cost of the job. But no! When he reached the window, he said "how you doin guys" - a typical NZ greeting, "it'll ...
... Sound, and our current overcast sky is clearing. We have a couple of photo stops along the way and then not long before we get to our destination, we stop at a set of lights at the entrance the Homer Tunnel. The Homer Tunnel is over a kilometre long and only a single lane. We have read of people cycling through the tunnel, but we are certainly glad to be in the bus as it is narrow, quite dark and very steep. As we emerge from the tunnel, the sky on the other side ...