Den on the loose
NZ Day Thirteen Today before got to Queenstown we stopped at Puzzling World which was pretty cool as the whole place was like a little theme park concentrating solely on puzzles. There was a maze and loads of optical illusion rooms there\'s one that stands out in my head and that was the room where all the iconic figures face the like of Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, Mother Terresa follows you around the room as you walk. Oh yeah just remembered Mark and Tim stayed another night in Wanaka whereas i wanted to get to Queenstown as soon as possible. Our next stop was Kawarau Bridge Bungy where we watched people jumping off and getting their heads dunked in the river below them, whilst we were here i booked my Nevis Bungy which is the second highest in the Southern Hemisphere at a staggering height of 134metres. WOO-HOO!!!!!!!! We arrived in Queenstown the adventure capital of NZ, before we got off the bus we has one last group picture taken with our bus driver Todders by the lake so that was pretty sweet. As i wasnt with the guys today and was flying solo i shared a dorm with Jens a Swedish guy and another group of English lads i met on the bus. Queenstown is much smaller that that of Christchurch but still has the impact as that of Christchurch in terms of beautiful surroundings. As it was our last night together as a group with our driver Todders we all decided to meet up and go on the lash. When we got to a bar called the Red Rock there was a guy playing on a guitar right behind me and he absolutely rocked as he played some of my favourites on his accoustic guitar the likes of Everlong and Time likes these. After an awesome live sesh we headed straight to World Bar where we drank more and i got my groove thing on the dancefloor with Linda\'s mate that i had just met. After dancing with Liz i danced with Linda for practically most of the night this carriend on till 4.30am whereby she left with er mate as Liz was leaving that morning but i stayed on for an hour more with Andy, Tom and Toby. That night was the best nights ever and the raunchiest i've ever danced in my life.