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... the weight of tins of supplies from 150 years ago still preserved and will be there in another 150 years as an example of a time capsule. In the car park was the remains of a covered wagon which 7 years ago when john and Jan were last here was intact. Because of the ravages of the winters here as we are now in ski country, they don't have ski centres here they have a "Snow Farm" ! The cover has disappeared. I wanted to sing "4 wheels on my wagon and I'm still running along " ...
... find a picnic spot in the no parking marina for our picnic and fought our way round the supermarket, phew.
Lovely accommodation in Cadrona outside Wanaka where the girls hit the pool despite the cold wind. Dinner prepared and quick walk down to the local hostelry, has to be done, especially as the girls spotted ...
... we would be the first group and we headed for the cable car to get across to the platform. This was one of the worst parts for me as the cable car was open and the floor was see through. We were clipped into the cable car and as we started to move we finally were over the canyon and could see how huge it was. At that point I was having a minor internal freak out! It was so, so high. The platform had a glass bottom in one part and because it's suspended above the canyon it ...
... as any further would risk exposure to the evil sun. This alerted Helen to my far superior pathetic situation and so she set about.....taking pictures of me at my lowest ebb! Helen, far all her many wonderful attributes, is no Florence Nightingale when it comes to nursing her sick husband (especially when this is self inflicted!). I spent the rest of the morning in a mild state of panic as to how I would manage to avoid vomiting in the aeroplane and downed as much paracetamol and water ...
... shops, small motels and backpackers. I've seen more kids with dreds here than in the Caribbean. To quote our waiter, an ex-pat from Britain, "It's a chill place!"
The town was preparing for a marathon, so it was very busy with runners. We did a lot of walking here. Through the town, along the shore of Lake Wakatipu and along the many hiking trails. And, no. We did not do any of the extreme activities. The cost was pretty crazy. The ...