Bayview Motel Wanaka
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... swam out to a small platform. Getting out of the water was no warmer so it wasn't long before we swam back. We met Em and Dee on the beach and then went for a quick shop for tonight's dinner. It was then followed by the girls watching 50 shades of grey on Hannah's iPad. I only watched 10 minutes and it was a load of garbage. So I made the most of the wifi before nodding ...
... here, and we found a great bar on the lakefront selling loads of
great craft beers – so good on a sunny afternoon after a hard day’s activities.
We spent a morning kayaking on Lake Wanaka, heading out to Ruby Island and back – we couldn’t believe how clear and calm the water was, not to mention the view from the lake, absolutely stunning. In the afternoon we headed for a short walk up to the top of Mt ...
... his height gauge in mid air - while Rachel's let her control the parachute steering and Sarah was told she had the 'perfect skydiving shape and technique' with the most comical faces pulled in the air! While we would recommend the experience to you all, I don't think I would be in a rush to do it again. I would scuba dive over sky diving any day. But wow - what a view. As always, we have a load of pictures and some video footage to share with you all when we are ...
... The safety kayak also managed to capsize. Unfortunatley, In the frenetic activity of the Rapids, Deb injured her lip. The paddles become dangerous when the water gets rough. We went along a circa 100m tunnel cut into rock. The low roof made this another interesting experience. We arrived back at the location where we had left the bus and were pleased to have completed the rafting trip. It was great fun and tiring. We managed to get out of the wet ...
... me, it was more than a little disconcerting to find that she had opted not to wear any of them on the big day. As it turned out, this was a blessing in disguise, as the veils were now distributed to the three people who came last in the previous game to wear in shame throughout the next game. This worked particularly well when the table was occupied by predominantly male players; but somehow this felt less a punishment and more a coronation of sorts whenever our other halves finished in ...