giovedì 6 dicembre 2012

mercoledì 5 dicembre 2012

Mavora Lakes

Rain, rain, rain...why!?
Again we slept untill 7:30 (R.I.P. The telephone) again pancakes! I'm so glad for that, no more bacon & eggs for me thn.

On the bus for 4h (!!!) and we arrived to The Silverlode River/the Orc funeral pyre/Gandalf calling up Shadowfax/ the Hobbits "hidding place" and where Sam and Frodo left the fellowship!
Some sun, more rain and wind, our very good lunch by Subway and the discovery of the really good taste of the triple chocolate cookie by CookieTime!!
Again on bus and around 16 we arrived back in Queenstown. Time to rest.

At 19 we'll be at Devil Burger with Pam for a great dinner.

To Christchurch

This morning we left Nelson and obviously it was a perfect day for being at the beach, not like yesterday...grrrrrr
We was on the road all time and all we saw were seals.. Cute!
We arrived in Christchurch...I don't like it very much and the Hotel was bad with bad food. Not happy. The only cute thing is the one in the photo

Pelennor Fields through Queenstown

Today is a good day: we killed the hotel's telephone last night, so we could sleep until 7:40! Yuppi!! We had a good breakfast so the start is good! This morning we went to the Pelennor Fields and Lindis Pass and we stopped to Lake Wanaka.


The day started in a quite bad way: The hotel's telephone rang at 5:55AM to wake us up... and the departure was at 7:15..SO!? I need 20min to get ready, not 1h20min!!!
Bad thing. Bad breakfast.
Anyway, it's Edoras day and I'm excited about that..Diego too, but he's too much pissed off for the early wake up!
And at the pit stop Diego's camera broke for the dust, this means that he can't use that for the diving: 2nd thing to piss him off.
"There is a bridge you don't need anythings to cross the river"... We arrived and, of course, we had to cross over the river... Diego got his letf foot wet.. Yeee (ironic..)
We walked for 3km and we enjoyed the really windy Edoras!!!
Our accomodation was Twizel's MacKenzie where we saw the Southern Cross (after a long and parient wait for the sky to clear off of clouds...)