Tudor Court Motel
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... closed we couldn't do it. So we rushed to the nearest travel shop to get us booked into a days skiing up Cardrona. But as the weather was terrible when we got there the visibility was awful and skiing was tough as we couldn't tell what terrain we were on or if the was a drop in front of us... We powered on and managed to get our fill of skiing in without injuring ourselves. On the way back to Queenstown we stopped at the Cardrona pub for a glass of mulled ...
... was going to fast and couldnt slow down so when i stopped i fell back and hit my head quite hard. I wasn't feeling the best so we got one of the workers to call snow patrol to take me down. It ended up being one of the longest ordeals of my life so far. The laid me flat with a neck support for about half an hour and then the doctor came and saw me and when she palpated my neck i flinched so she put me in a neck brace. biggest regret ...
... in construction to Culains house. It was great to see him and since had just quit smoking he was in high spirits. We went fishing with his friend the next day, and Arie was nice enough to let me stay around so I cooked a dinner of roast chicken and veggies that night.
The next days were muddled and full of debauchery, I saw some Czech friend for a couple days of drinking and non sense, went back to Culains to watch ...
... etc... We took a lovely old tourist tram around the city it was as if the city was being built for the first time, the only evidence of pre-existing life as it were was from the half demolished churches which had yet been laid to rest. Bex even bought a little painting of a kiwi (literally 5cm x 5cm) from a sweet but bonkers 90 year old lady, turns out a famous local, after hearing how she tragically lost her home of nearly 60 ...
1 March 2014 – one year ago today – was a day that never existed for us. We left Honolulu on 28 February and arrived in Auckland on 2 March. It's hard to believe that it’s been a year already since then! It’s a wild ride, looking back on all our blog entries of the past 365 days and seeing all the fun things we did and the adventures we had.
Our last couple days in ...