Scenic Route Motor Lodge
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... monochrome. This gave us an unwanted situation of "rainy day-day". When you’re surrounded by so much beauty and so many walking tracks, just what do you do when you can’t go out to enjoy it? It was quite the puzzle…enter the solution, puzzle world, an attraction seemingly made for such days. Puzzle world was a strange kind of place complete with optical illusion rooms, café with various brain teasing puzzles, and a maze in ...
... my nearest and dearest to the A-Team film. You know, with Liam Neeson as Hannibal Smith. Well, it was still raining hard outside. A simple dinner of more fried food followed - part two of our fry-up double bill - then bedtime, ready for our trip to Christchurch the next day.
Martin & Lyndsey
Aaaaw Rangitata! In all my time in New Zealand I only spent two days here and both were very different and both heaps of fun!
The main activity to do in Rangitata is white water rafting, grade V rapids included! The first time I came here was sometime in October. I was mainly travelling with Blair from the States. He was basically the only person I knew on the bus, since I had stayed behind for an extra couple of days in Mount Cook to wait until he caught up with me. We ...
... really good about writing in my journal and taking memory tickler photos and I’m looking forward to organizing it all and sharing on-line. For now, I’m going to post from this day forward and fill in the past two weeks as I can. So stay tuned! I hope it isn’t too discombobulating!
So – here we go again!
... and cake over which to discuss the options, a 3 hour (return) walk to Hooker Glacier Lake to see some other icebergs. Great views on the way, but it always seems like that here. The long glaciers here aren't white, at least where they terminate, or looking like rivers of ice, they are but covered in stones, shale and grit so they looks more like coal pit spoil or scree slopes. Not as pretty as we expected....well something had to be ! But a great ...