Bayview Motel Wanaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a tantrum. We stopped a few times along the gorge once at Roaring Meg to take pictures. At Cromwell, a medium sized orchard town, the road turned north. We cruised along the foot of Mt Pisa, happy with our decision as the road was mainly flat.
Our first experience in Wanaka was not the best, we stopped in at a craft brewery to do a tasting and fill up my rigger. The girl at the bar was friendly but her pouring skills needed a lot of work. The tasting was ...
... wanted to buy one of the three but I can't decide out of the two so figure I'll just have them both. I went to work for the lifeguards even though they needed me in the swim school as well. Everyone seems to have some sort of bug and is keeling off left, right and centre. Luckily I don't do sick so I was fit and healthy to do whatever they needed me but the lifeguards needed me more of ...
... a film on I was zonked. Dais and I had planned to meet in the supermarket after work fortunately she finished work later and we were able to meet. And yes our shopping antics hit us again, we were just so silly going around the shops. We were considerate however and took it in turn to apologise to everyone whose paths we crossed. We also stupidly checked out at the counter whose conveyor belt wasn't working so we had ...
... and I'll say it again - the Chinese are the worst for it. They stop mid-stride to take pictures of the most insignificant things. Today they stopped to take a photo of some leaves on the ground... I mean come on I'm on my run here...no time for that! I went around the lake, dodging romantic couples enjoying a morning stroll, toddlers learning to ride their bikes and kids racing on their scooters. The view was wonderful, the skies were pretty clear but you could see up ...
... the ski bus drivers and I'm sure their strengths lie in the more mechanical side of things, as one guy commented "there's no spell check on this paper" before laughing with his mouth wide open exposing 90% gums. The other of them has broken pretty much every bone in his body and not once been to a doctor. I guess today gave me a little insight into people's typical perception of South Islanders and it was very interesting. Without getting personal, they stunk, ...