Te Anau – Queenstown, Moke Lake Horse Trek – Haast Pass

Our night in the hostel was short. After a small breakfast Melina and I went to the bus station.Melina explored the Ben Lomond Horse Trek on horseback today. Directly on Moke Lake, a 20-minute drive from Queenstown is a riding stable where we had booked a ride over the internet. Super service, the guides picked us up by car in the city and brought us back. On a private guide tour, the sweet Appaloosa mare Alisha with Melina is 1.5 h up and down, ridden through rivers and valleys.

The weather was fantastic. (Lucky, because yesterday all rides had been cancelled due to bad weather). I went for a walk by the lake.

Back in Queenstown, we enjoyed a "Fergburger" deluxe and tofu, New Zealand's most popular burger restaurant. For this you had to queue about 30 min. But it also tasted great. We sat down in the harbour for a while and watched the jet boats before the men gave us up with the camper, who had been repaired in the meantime. Again "on the road" we drove the Haast Pass and overnight today at a campsite – the Haast Lodge & Motor Park.


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