Bella Vista Queenstown
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... house. Some quite unique things there also. Our trip home was Magnificent, Specular. Amazing ,Breath taking , all those rolled into one. We drove through the mountains covered in snow. Sorry ,No photos can do it justice. Just a wonderland. A beautiful end to a interesting day Tomorrow we fly the Glacier and Milford Sounds Weather permitting so any early night. Love to ...
... our lives for the paperwork, meet our crazy Eastern European dive guys which we have entrusted with our lives, and let the excitement really set in as we gear up and are taken upwards in spirals in a tiny 10 seater plane! The jump itself is the most incredible thing! A minute of free-fall, where you struggle to breath and not dribble whilst all at the same time taking in the insane views! Once ...
... Bob has yet to complain but I think his 6'2" frame may object within a week or so.
The fall colours are spectacular in Queenstown. Autumn truly is my favourite time of year...everywhere in the world. Fewer crowds, no sunscreen, no flying insects. Just right. We may be in New Zealand about two weeks too late, though. We'll see if the rains subside as we head north. It would be a shame to miss out on the abundant hiking opportunities.
... to our time in Taupo where we ended off the previous blog post. This was right before we did our skydive... which we thankfully survived. After completing the Tongariro crossing earlier in the week, we had to wait a few days for the weather to clear up enough for us to jump out of a plane. While it was raining, we headed down to a completely natural and free spot (hard to find these days) where hot spring water fed into a river. The streams from the spring water were so ...
... fact I was still alive. We landed smoothly and I don't think I've ever been so relieved to be on solid ground. Conclusion: Nope. Skydiving is not for me. In no way was it fun, exhilarating or anything other than a fear-inducing experience. The only good outcome of the experience was that it was captured in a series of extremely hilarious and laughter-inducing photographs which are guaranteed to brighten any day. We've spent our last few days in Queenstown exploring the area ...