Central Gateway Motel
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
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... raft around like a pinball before spitting us out into calm water.
As we reached the dropoff point, we helped put the raft back up on the racks and headed back to the rafting center to peel off our neoprene suits. We were then bussed back to town where we got the fantastic idea to wait in line for Fergburger, which easily the best burger in New Zealand. There is normally a line 30 minutes long at all hours of the day (I mean it, from 8 am past 11 pm!) but ...
... ever been through self infliction, but the weather was also terrible. It was much better today, but low cloud would have made for rubbish views so I made the decision to miss it out this time. The girl ummed and ahhhed for a good 45 minutes, asking people that had done the trip and most were not blown away as the clouds covered most of the mountains. There is sadly no accommodation in the sounds and Te Anau is two hours drive away so the girls made ...
... around, good for our cramped bus legs, that was a fast waterfall that had carved weird and wonderful shapes in to the rock around it.
Once we reached Milford Sound we had to run to get on the tour boat in time. It was fairly large with an inside seated area and an observation deck - where we spent all of the time, though Jo wasn’t happy about ...
... as positive as we could, and realized that there would be days like this...
(One positive note: We were told to be sure to see the pancake rocks in Punakaiki, and while searching for a room in this little town, we stopped to see these amazing rock formations. I have included some photos. I don't have any photos to share from the dolphin experience. I did take some with my waterproof camera, but we haven't figured out how to upload them to the ...
... This was a really interesting stop as the story of Bendigo was really interesting, most of the miners were from England, Scotland and Wales and this was really apparent when you look at the construction of the derelict buildings (of which many are still standing, just minus the metal roof) you would be forgiven for thinking you were in North Wales!
Carrying on South again, we took an obligatory stop off at a place called Roaring Meg ...