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... t used to being able to see so far. Dwarfed. One could see Mount Cook 70 or 80 k away. The lake was long and very blue, with boats looking like tiny dots. There was an observatory and also a cup of coffee for us on the summit.
We drove on to Lake Pukaki and then up its western edge until we came to Aoraki at the top of the valley and Mount Cook. We had a drink on a restaurant balcony overlooking the ...
Today was our longest day of driving on this trip. With stops for sightseeing, it was 9.5 hours but worth it. Along the way we stopped to see an unusual fish statue in a town, another statue at Lake Tekapo in memorial to all the sheep dogs that help New Zealand raise their sheep (again see pictures).
We are now at Mt. Cook Village at the base of the New ...
... lifted up along with the boulders and erosion gradually exposed them.
We are members of the Scottish National Trust who have a reciprocal agreement with other countries so we had free entry to Totara Estate. This was once a farm estate of about 15000 acres. There were 26 such estates owned by the New Zealand and Australia Land Co. in the late 19th century. Totara was where New Zealand's first shipment of frozen mutton was prepared for transport to Britain in ...
... 8217;s is no exception. It was the tiniest of rooms with about 12 vinyl reclining chairs and two settees none of which were fixed to the floor so you could move them to the best viewing position. On top of that the heating consisted of a freestanding warm air heater which made such a racket that halfway through the film Peter gave it a good kick (we were the only ones there) which silenced it for 10 minutes. Before the film started an elderly lady poked her head around ...
... become ergo it will only look *******. I disagree and for once I'm going to suffer through the irritating, itchy, food trapping stage of the beard and enter the suave, sophisticated, debonair stage. I believe this is the stage when millions of women will flock towards me and Donna's true motive for knocking my beard will be bare for all to see. There is a word for a man without a beard – a woman.