Central Gateway Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
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... soup every evening and made use of the hair driers and straighteners. All our friends at Nomads got sick of us raving about our hostel!... But did we tell you there was free popcorn?!?
Queenstown has definitely been one of our favourite stops so far. It is absolutely gorgeous being at the edge of the second biggest lake in New Zealand and surrounded by mountains. One day we got the gondola to the top of the mountain and saw stunning views out over the ...
Ryan and I slept in while Mom and Doug walked downtown again. Looks like they are not going to miss out on their cardio on this trip! Late morning Ryan and I made our way to the city's centre where we meet Mom and Doug to book a tour of Doubtful Sound and to Walter Peak High Country sheep farm. After scheduling our next couple days in the Queenstown area Ryan and I shopped around discovering a plethora ...
... getting out of Cromwell: a Go Kart circuit and a car museum was waiting for us. We did the Go Kart race together. It was my first time. Scary at first, exciting after a bit, and slightly boring towards the end. I kind of was more interested in the cloudy patterns in the sky than in driving.. Fra loved it, and was very happy to have done it as a birthday present.
En chemin vers notre nouvel hote, a Lumsden, ...
... of the two glaciers. This time I was not disappointed. It was epic. Again, we took the same walking option as before, walking three hours through a rainforest, but it was 100% worth the effort and the final 400m steep climb to the glacier face. It was just like the photographs in the text books, and better. The sun came out and it was a really good day. The glacier has, however, retreated around a 40 minute walk in just 4-6 years due to global warming, which is a little scary!! In ...
... lake to the small town of Glenorchy towards the end of the road. We were then driven a short distance along the river bank and escorted along a delightful forest walk. We were taken to a number of settings used by film makers including Lord of the Rings. Deb took a photo of me sat in a giant, oversized chair used in Lord of the Rings. Some of the trees are over 1000 years old. The forest was peaceful and good to explore. We then returned to the river and boarded jet boats. ...