|Ready for a jet-boat thrill ride.|
|A shot of us blasting through the narrow canyon at high speed.|
|Same place, now as the boat is heading back down the river. Going maybe 40mph.|
At times we were less than a foot from the cliff walls. It was exciting, but a
bit scary at the same time.
|The start of bus ride out to the Shotover River|
|Great views from the drive down to the river. You can see the road winding|
around over on the left side.
|Looking down from the bus at the river below. There are no guardrails. At times|
you could not even see the side of the road because we were so close to the edge.
|Looking back at the road. It is perched in that little notch they carved into the|
|Looking down on a section of the Shotover river, of which we had passed through|
on the jet-boat previously. There is a suspension bridge there that at one time
was the highest bungy jumping bridge in the world.
Click here for more info on the Kiwi
Click here for more info on the Tuatara
|Cindy go into a little trouble in Queenstown. I got her out|
of this mess, though.
|Mini-golf in Queenstown, New Zealand.|
|One of the local birds at the exhibit|
|Tuatara, the last living member of the sphenodontian family. Basically, it's a|
dinosaur that is still alive today. It exists only in New Zealand.
|This bird was just hanging out at the sanctuary. No fences or overhead nets were|
there to keep him/her contained.