Adventure number two in New Zealand was exploring the party and extreme sports capital of New Zealand’s South Island, Queenstown.
Waking up at Haka Lodge in Christchurch, Cinthia and I made a valiant effort to make it to our bus down south. Unfortunately we missed it by a hair, and had to try again the next day. Traveling down to Queenstown was nice enough, though.
Nomads in Queenstown… despite being in the serene mountains, Queenstown is a party town, and I happend to check into the main party hostel, filled with british youth cut loose on their first “vacay”.
Extreme sports is big in Queenstown, and I did a quick hike up to the top of the mountain from where the paragliders launch.
You could have just stayed! I love that place. Really beautiful and although you’d think it’s quite simple, it’s not! I think I need to go reserve a Queenstown accommodation! I would love to go back there!
I wonder why it is only a brief one. Queenstown is a place worth staying. I loved it and the adventures are all so worth it. A Queenstown apartment is what you need!
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