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... But a lovable weirdo!!! BE MY FRIEND!!!!! :D
10. Would I recommend woofing? Would I do it again? YES AND YES!!! It's been such an amazing experience to meet all these wonderful people and get a much closer look at what real kiwi life is like. As I said before, you would never get some of these experiences if you stayed in hotels or hostels for the whole trip. The only thing is the time commitment, sometimes it would be nice not to have to spend half your day ...
... Saturday when they've gone.
Once I'd got over my panic I went to get some breakfast, only to find that my bread had gone moulding and someone had stolen my fridge stuff! It really wasn't a good morning! The only solution I could think of was Subway so that's where I went! A few of us went out for breakfast and then went for a quiet stroll around town before we headed back to the hostel. Michelle, Dan and myself ...
... for me, as I keep getting very behind, as you may have noticed! Walking Boh had become a real treat and we spent a good few hours trying to tire her out throughout our stay and this day was no different! By 3.30 EO and I were ready to get some fresh air and within seconds Boh appeared at the door - practically with lead in mouth! Not sure she was expecting EO to be actually holding the lead! Scared of EO - I think so! 2 hours later and I do believe Boh was quite ...
... fords and rough track, but it was worth the trip when we arrived at Chinemans Bluff, with its dramatic scenery. The walking tracks take hikers up through Daleys Flat and Dart Bluff where there are overnight huts for the hardy backpackers to stay.
On the way back we drove to Kinloch, lying directly opposite Glenorchy at Lake Wakatipu head. If you were on foot you could take a boat taxi across the Lake back to Glenorchy. Our last stop was ...
... treat at one of the cafes. Then we did a little self-guided walking tour that eventually took us to the Chinese village which showcased the lives of the Chinese miners in the area. Quite interesting, and Lotte of course loved going into all the houses.
Then we had a little walk by the river, played Pooh Sticks and let Lotte throw a bunch of stones in the water. We had a nice picnic at the water's edge and counted ourselves lucky to have been given such lovely ...