Back down we hit another long hike along the Blue Pools. The Haast Pass is a gorgeous drive from the West coast back into Wanaka. We took full advantage.
A view from the back into our little Mighty van world.
Into the Blue Pools
The next day we awoke to a welcomed gray sky with a bit of rain. It was very cozy and we decided to take advantage of the first non-glorious day we could. When one is traveling with Michael Seiler and one passes a place called "Puzzling World" one can bet, 100%, it will be added to the itinerary. Michael also wanted to add the website in case you would like more info. Don't all rush, it could crash the site.
We loved it :). It was a giant land for kids of all ages (and Michael's) with a tilted room, hologram walls and self proclaimed, first 3-D maze ever. That thing was no joke, we had to pull the emergency door at around 30 minutes in. Thanks Puzzling World, you made our day.
The blue sky was back, so it was time to enjoy some more of what Lake Wanaka had to offer. Nothing is better than relaxing on the couches in our Mighty van with doors propped open and a giant lake breeze coming through. Ahhhh.
Back at Lake Wanaka for the breeze.
Michael...back in the water.