Central Gateway Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a new souvenir to add to her list.. Rope burns. We met Shona in town for a drink after she'd finished work, then went to collect Pete before dinner. We had thought about going out for dinner tonight, but since we gave Pete our man flu, he wasn't really feeling up to going out.. So Chinese takeaway was on the menu! Yes, we will come home 46 stone heavier, but we're on our holidays so it's ok. We cranked up the heating and chilled out. Only 2 more sleeps in Queenstown.. ...
... and lichens. Midway through incline and next to an amazing water fall is Sam Summers hut which was built by the prospector in 1930. Stopped there for lunch consisting of turkey and cranberry sandwiches on organic pumpkin bread, and hot tea with milk, hit the spot! Continued on to summit and lookout of lake Wakatipu and all the way back down through the beech forest. Back in town we took a ...
... Skippers Canyon is down Skippers Canyon road, of course. Let me start by saying that this is not your average gravel road. Skippers Canyon road was carved by hand by miners over 140 years ago and was considered one of the major engineering feats of its day. Much of the road today is just as it was when it was finished in the 1890s...except for nowadays it’s classified as the 10th most dangerous road in the world, the #1 most dangerous road in New ...
We drove to Queenstown this morning and arrived in around mid-afternoon, Glenn decided he fancied the Shot-over canon jet boat trip (Esme - no thank you). So he booked on the next available one in around 30mins. Esme spent a peaceful 2 hours looking around Queenstown.
On return, we had Ferg Pies and Ice-cream, the queue for the well known Ferg burgers was far ...
... on our budget which would be great. The food planning and packing was slightly more difficult (and heavy) over 3 days, although there is one lodge where you can eat a cooked meal (wine weight does add up over 2 nights after all) but we thought we had enough and set off full of beans, loaded up to the nines and excited.
It’s a popular track and due to it’s accessibility, very busy at times but we still managed to get a feeling of being out there on ...