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- Microwave in room
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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 …
... steep valley, a waterfall. We hummed and hawed but eventually decided it was too risky: one false step and we'd be gone over the waterfalls and rapids. Alas! Not knowing if or when the water would drop enough for us to continue, we turned back and debated what else we might do in the area to make the most of the fine weather for the rest of the week. Maybe we could do the latter half of the loop backwards, and make an out-and-back of ...
... a beautiful landscape, we all came back with some disappointment. Maybe we are spoiled with too many beautiful sights in NZ and travelling 8 hours out of the way just did not seem worth it, but that's just my opinion!! When we finally got back we bumped into the two Danish Thomas' who had caught up with our bus. In celebration of this, and also to see off Kieran, Linda and Ellie, it called for a night out. The boys decided the best way to pre-drink was ...
The 16th saw the beginning of our Routeburn tramp! (tramping is the kiwi term for hiking over large distances). We had moved North from Queenstown to Glenorchy where we camped at the start of the Routeburn track, giving us a good start for the walk this morning (having got our backpacks hurriedly packed in the dark the night before). We realised our bags were far too heavy (19kg!) but figured it was best to simply get moving and deal with the extra weight ...