The Queenstown gardens are a great place to stop if you want to get away from the crowds in this busy tourist town. Grab a picnic and head here for some relaxation. If you are wondering where it is exactly, … Continue reading Queenstown Botanic Gardens – New Zealand
Monday I went to Caribe Latin Kitchen in the pedestrian mall which I’d spotted last week and thought looked interesting. A great mix of Mexican, Brazilian and other South American foods. They have a bunch of vegetarian and gluten free options. … Continue reading Queenstown – and more about food.
Following my picnic dinner on Monday (more on that later in the week), I decided to take the long way back to my motel via the Queenstown waterfront pathway. From the grassy area near the Earnslaw dock, I started walking … Continue reading Walk along the Queenstown waterfront pathway
As I’m literally staying next to this church, I thought I’d pop in and visit. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church on Melbourne Street in Queenstown was built in 1898 to replace an earlier one on Church Street. I can only imagine … Continue reading St. Joseph’s Catholic Church – Queenstown, New Zealand
Monday was such a warm, still day that it seemed crazy to sit inside to eat. So I settled on going to the mall and getting sushi from the foodcourt. Then off to sit on the beach beside Lake Wakatipu. … Continue reading Queenstown – this week I have been mostly eating…
So this week in Queenstown for my first dinner on Monday night I picked Bombay Palace. They have locations in Queenstown, Frankton, Wanaka and Invercargill. The menu is fairly extensive so from the vegetarian selections I chose the Kadhai Paneer (Fresh … Continue reading Queenstown Vegetarian dining … just for a change, curry …
So the other week, I was asked to travel to Queenstown for work… I pleaded, “please don’t send me!” Yeah, right. I love Queenstown, its one of those top worldwide tourist destinations and with good reason – its a fun, … Continue reading Off to Queenstown … a story with pictures