Bella Vista Queenstown
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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... a run. The Routeburn is one of New Zealand's nine "Great Walks" and we had initially decided against doing it on account of all the Great Walks being really, really expensive. But here we were with an extra day and fantastic weather: why not go light and be able to see a full half of the track in a day? It started out cloudy which was perfect for running and we quickly got to Routeburn Falls Hut. Here the weather started clearing ...
... and on the fifth run Claire, Margarita, Frederico (an awesome Mexican couple) and I went flying past Sinead. As she admits, she drove like a Granny! I can't believe how much fun it was as I hadn't expected the course to be so good and because you're up in the mountain the backdrop is beautiful. There was about 14 of us doing the Luge altogether and it was great to do it in such a big group. We got the gondola back down and then headed to Ferg Burger a really famous burger ...
... to see our team starting depart. Obviously I will see Ellie again to go to Oz and hopefully Linda too as her Oz plans match mine and Ellie's. A cheap fry up and a round of frisbee golf (I cruelly lost by 1 to Jack) cured any lingering hangover I had. Unfortunately it didn't for Ryan who seemed to have a midday meltdown and slinked off back to the hostel after hole 5 when retrieving the frisbee from the lake got too much for him. Just he never made it ...
... delivering with some absolutely phenomenal views, giving some really cool photo ops which have hopefully come out ok on camera (looking back we have taken almost a thousand photographs on Rob’s camera alone over the walk!). Amazingly, we happened to bump into the guy who was going to be moving our van for us between start and finish of the track – it turns out he moves a customer’s car around the 230km road, and then RUNS across the Routeburn track to ...
Day 1: Spent the miserable morning washing ourselves and our clothes in the ghost town of Hokitika. Then made our way to Franz Josef. Here we were given a roof over our heads by Jon & Dave's babe of a friend James. He's manager of a backpacker bar, so set us up with a couple of dorm beds, a cheeky bottle of vino and a gourmet pizza/burger. It was amazing and we are truly grateful! What started as a couple of glasses of wine and a game of pool, quickly ...