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Wanaka and Queenstown 

Following some negotiations with the bus driver, we agreed after some drinks that a departure time of 10am would be better than 7am. When we woke up the next morning however, it emerged that our driver, Wazza, had in fact misplaced the bus keys after a few drinks the night before. 1,575 more words

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Facing the Fear: Skydiving & Bungy Jumping

Have you ever wanted to skydive or bungy jump?

I hadn’t. As someone who is absolutely petrified of heights, they both were the last thing I ever thought I’d do. 666 more words


WPC: Reward

Finding happiness is every little thing you do is a Reward. Here are some of my self given rewards :)

  1.  This view is a reward of the view around me just before my first bungy jump :)
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Queenstown: Day 5

BUNGY JUMPING!!!!! So this one is now checked off of my bucket list and list of things I don’t necessarily need to do ever again in my life. 297 more words


Queenstown - Day 11

We awoke to rain again, it had been raining almost all night, I know it’s probably a little silly, but i spent most of the night worried about mudslides, Queenstown sits on a very steep hillside!We had another LOTR Day trip planned, which got cancelled due to the weather, so another free day.We did a few touristy things in town, shopping etc. 208 more words


Queenstown Bungy

Did you know that the world’s first commercial Bungy operation opened up at Kawarau Bridge in 1988? Well you do now! In January this year I had the privilege of taking a dive off the famous Kawarau Bridge, surrounded by a postcard canyon, above a river meandering like a snake in the grass. 714 more words

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