Colonial Manor Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It's our second last day in Queenstown today. We decided to take a trip to Arrowtown and explore a bit more. It's an old mining village, and it looks really vintage.. It almost looks a bit like a country and western town on an American film or something! There's not very much here, but we had a look round the shops and a stroll along the river. It was nice and peaceful. We drove back to Queenstown and stopped in New World to get some lunch. We drove down to the lake ...
... headed to New Zealand’s famous "Ferg Burger" then back to the hostile for an early night as we had a long day of travel the next day.
I can honestly say that was the most exhilarating day of my entire life. Jumping into a canyon and then riding a jet through the river below me cannot be beat. The feeling of completely free falling is something I won’t ever forget. So thankful I had the opportunity to experience these one in a lifetime adventures. ...
... After sorting ourselves out, it was time to go back to the hairdressers. I started to notice Maureen was looking rather nervous, her palms had begun to sweat, unsure of her behaviour I asked her what was up, to a response to "I'm nervous". She had heard of horror stories of hairdressers this side of the world who would cut to short. To her relief she had an Irish lady who did her hair, and it she looked fantastic after ...
... br> It's Joanne's brithday and we are supposed to be having the famous fergberger, so I don't order pizza with Mervi & Juho, but 2 ciders later I hear from Joanne she isn't going to make it. I end up having a fun night with Mervi & Juho and they send me home with their left over pizza!
The next morning I take advantage of the free bikes at my hostel and cycle about 20km out to the Kawarau falls bridge. It's the ...
... in Marakau just a few minutes walk from the trek start.
We’re slowly getting used to camping, in fact I love our little tents - hard ground, cozy sleeping bags, cool nights and early morning starts, hot tea and chocolate in the mornings on our little cooker, and moving stuff around endlessly in and out of the car boot, trying not to misplace everything all the time and failing miserably. We’ve mainly stayed in decent campsites with showers etc but ...