Colonial Manor Motel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... them. It was so much fun, although I felt a little sorry for the ducklings on the river as they were clearly scared at a big loud black boat heading towards them, the poor things were struggling to paddle away fast enough, they did look cute. After our excitement of the K Jet we wandered around Queenstown a bit more and had a yummy pizza with very unusual toppings. On our way from Queenstown to Cromwell where we were staying for the night we passed back ...
... a class 3 was moved to a class 4 after a boulder fell (caused by the Christchurch Earthquake!) and blocked part of the river which makes the water swell as it tries to push through. The rafts all have safety lines downstream from the rapids and the raft that came through behind us flippped and dumped all passengers out. We were able to pick up one of the passengers with a few minor cuts but for the most part was okay. While the rapids are certainly exhillarating, it ...
... to make Wanaka their home. We were all parched and a pint of cold stuff was all that would suffice. This was still a couple of hours away so we hiked down in record speed and drove back along the road engulfed in the dust that kicked up behind their car. The pint of cider did the job, but continuing the drinking in sweaty clothes and greasy sun lotioned faces was not good. The guys told us that a nearby hostel didn't check those coming in and out so we were ...
... Shotover Jet for the famed Fergburger in town. It’s a tiny place but it has a worldwide reputation so is packed from opening to closing. There was quite a queue for both ordering and getting the burgers but it was worth it. So tasty! And even better that we got most of it free (we had to pay a little extra for my double burger with brie and chips). It was very messy eating it on a park ...
... us to make sounds while in the water so I pretended I was Dory from Finding Nemo. The smile on Elizabeth's face was huge. She was shaking with excitement. At one point, we were surrounded by ten dolphins, all within 15 feet of us. It was magical. We would squeeze each other's hand in silent communication and point at each new dolphin that came near us. I forgot about everything else and just focused on the animals and my daughter's joy at being there. ...