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... a snip at $17.90) which was called the Big Al, and had 2 prime half-pound NZ beef burgers, 2 eggs, streaky bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onions, relish and garlic aioli. Neither of us can remember having such a huge or indeed delicious burger and you all have to get one if you are ever here. It certainly brightened up the otherwise bleak evening for us and saved Queenstown for the time being.
We awoke the next morning and it has to be said that over the past 36 ...
... road into Milford Sound. Milford is one of the very picturesque and postcard like areas that most people associate with New Zealand. Given it's remoteness, it's got a reputation for being somewhat temperamental. We arrived to Te Anau Saturday evening to nice weather, but a very wet and blustery forecast for Sunday.
Sure enough, we awoke Sunday to news that the road ...
This morning we went for a cruise of the lake on an old steamer called the TSS Earnslaw. The outward journey tried my patience a little because the boat was very crowded and noisy. However, the scenery was incredible and the return journey, after most people had disembarked, was very pleasant. Following a wander around the town, ...
... the wharf and along the beach. It was nice apart from the 100 seagulls lurking around. Just as we sat down in a coffee shop, Shona text to meet us as she'd managed to get away from work early. It was great that she had, as it meant she could drive home knowing the road slightly better than we did!! After dinner, Pete had to nip to the supermarket and fill up the car so being the wonderful sister that I am, I went too. He was on duty at work so it meant ...
... aqua water. It was a great place to stop and relax, especially as today it was bathed in sunlight. We continue to follow this river as the track winds its way through beautiful forest with a mossy understory under towering beech trees, across swing bridges and eventually, after we cross one last swing bridge, the Routeburn shelter, car park and trailhead come into view. Damn! This signals the end of our walking holiday. Our mission to complete two of ...