Bayview Motel Wanaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... lunch huddled on our seats inside the van.
When we reached the 'Blue Pools', we decided that we would have to brave the beasts to visit this 'must see'. We clothed ourselves head to toe and quickly exited the van and set out for the 20 min walk to the pools. On the way, a sign talked about the sand fly, complete with historical quotes describing the miseries inflicted by these ...
... The cafe was busy, with locals and everyone knew everyone else. It was like being in Brora! Then we took a drive to the Blue Pools, just before Haast. The drive there and back was so scenic we just had to keep stopping at the road side to take some snaps. Oh, and on the way home we passed Bradrona, a fence dedicated to hanging bras for Cancer research! ...
... a bucket, which I then turned to cuddling and hugging before passing out. When I woke up in the morning, I was so confused where I was, but having a quick glance with my eyes (no way was I going to be able to move my head yet) I knew where I was. I was pretty embarrassed but Jack just thought it was really funny, Alex wasn't home when I made my dramatic entrance but kept saying wished he had been in. xxxxxx ...
... a coffee while the lady sorted us out. Jet boat rebooked fo 10.20 today and skiing booked to start at 1.20. We used the spare time to hire some warmer waterproof trousers, coats and gloves in town and then just made it to the jet boat before 10.30. Turned out we were the only passengers apart from a guy from the company's office who had never doen it and so tagged along. Steve our driver took us and the boat over to the launch site on the Clutha River (which starts ...
... to identify the smells. Great fun! We are well on our way to being wine snobs/ bores!
Our next winery was Mount Difficulty, in yet another stunning location and we finished off in Peregrine which had the added bonus of an open storeroom of wine caskets. Each barrel costs upwards of £1500 and contains something around 300 bottles of wine, the storeroom contained well over 100 barrels.... that's a lot of stock!
Naturally, we purchased a ...