After a heavy night with everyone last night we didn't really get up until midday as we all were very hungover. Well worth it though. It was such a great night especially as it was our last night out with everyone together on the Kiwi Experience. Gina and I have met loads of really nice people over the last month and its going to be really sad to say goodbye to everyone when we go our separate ways after Queenstown. The Kiwi Experience is definitely the best way to see the whole of New Zealand not to mention the amount of people you meet and have loads of fun with together. Gina and I don't want it to end. In the afternoon we went on the internet for a bit and then Gina, Jo, Keira and Andrew went to watch a film in the TV room. Nicole and I went out for a coffee and something to eat. Then we had a walk around. Queenstown is quite a small place. It is nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, facing The Remarkables mountain range. It was the site of the largest gold rush in the country. Today it has an international reputation as the adventure capital of the world. This includes both day and night time activities. It has two major ski fields Coronet Peak and The Remarkables. It has a population of about 20,000 people and is a four seasons destination both for international travellers and Kiwis as well. Over the past 20 years, the region has boomed as people from all around the world have gravitated to it. It's simply a magical and beautiful place that is fun-filled and action packed. There are several excellent walks in the area and it's the kind of place where you can relax and party. In the evening Gina went out with everyone but Andrew and I are starting the Bottom bus tomorrow so we just had a chilled out evening. Its always good to save money as well. The Bottom bus just covers the very bottom places in the south island and is only for 4 days. Gina was supposed to be doing it as well but she has been getting fed up travelling on a bus all the time so she has decided to stay in Queenstown. I will be back on Sunday in Queenstown for a further 3 nights stay, There was a problem with the internet provider tonight and it wasn't charging people to use the internet so I got 2 hours free internet. Gina came back early from going out as hardly anyone was out. Apparently Wednesdays are the quietest nights of the week in Queenstown.