ASURE Central Gold Motel Cromwell
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 134 metres high in the middle of this canyon. Next thing I know I'm standing on the edge of a very small platform looking out over the canyon. Don't look down...BUNGGGGY!! I'm plummeting head first towards earth...free falling for over 8 seconds and praying this big piece of elastic attached to my feet in going to save my life...it held out, phew! I couldn't detach the part of the bungy that flips you round so you come back ...
... look like oversized rats that hiss and play dead. Took gondola to top of steep ridge overlooking Queenstown, amazing views. Bummed I didn't have a chance to try luging, but was late and rainy in any case. Had enormous buffet dinner at the lodge at sunset overlooking the lake and Lisa had the brilliant idea to try all 13 desserts. Lisa ill. Returned home, purged, donned jammies and watched movies til ...
... that were studying abroad in AU, dad & myself, and our guide which was a woman about my age. Ends up that myself and dad were the only ones in our 5 man group that had been rafting before; so, we were elected team leaders which means we sit in the very front of the boat and control the stroke pace. Now to be effective team leaders there’s one very important detail you must always be aware of- the stroke pace of your partner. Their paddle and your ...
So after arriving back in Queenstown and back at southern laughter we got caught up drinking a case and meeting new and old friends at the hostel. It was a long and interesting night that resulted in me sleeping on the floor of car- in the back seat- so lying over the central hump left me even more worse for wear in the morning.
We were all pretty slow but Margot ( a nice and rather ...
... getting fitter and really enjoying it. There were some really lively bits walking across beaches and timing the tides - the highest one was at Torrent Bay on the second morning. We waited as long as we could bear it then stripped off and waded across up to our bottoms - we had to hitch our rucksacks up high and not slip, squidgy sand between our toes and a tidal current - all added to the drama but we made it home and dry. We walked for a good 8 hours that day but ...