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Sunrise is special; in the mountains, even moreso.
It’s 7:20am, and the light is just starting to paint the sky with greybrushes of blue.
Mountain silhouettes sculpt themselves out of the receding night, somehow looking bigger at dawn than at any other time of day. 111 more words
From Wellington, we travelled to the South Island, where we stayed in Picton, Nelson, Greymouth, visited the Pancake Rocks and Blowholes, drove to Methven, Kaikoura and Christchurch, and travelled to Hamner Springs and Twizel and hiked to Mount Cook, New Zealand highest mountain. 562 more words
So after a lovely couple of days in Wanaka, we then started what should have been one of our shortest journeys to Queenstown, however being Friday 13th, luck was not on our side and we broke down and had to wait 3 hrs to be picked up by another bus… joy! 147 more words
So I again get to spend a couple of weeks for work in beautiful Queenstown, New Zealand. Like I say, it’s a tough job but someone has to do it. 300 more words
Our third day in Queenstown (yes, I’m starting with the third day) was my favourite. James took the car and we headed north towards Glenorchy, a frontier town with a reputation as ridiculously far-reaching as Hollywood. 345 more words