Thursday, October 2, 2008

New Zealand- South Island

After ditching our cruiser van, we decided to head south for Christchurch. The town was pretty cool, but a little colder. The landscape was definitely better than the north Island. While in Christchurch, Taylor and I participated in the world's largest synchronized dancing session for the Genus Book of World Records. It was pretty rad, everyone dressed up in some serious 80's gear and we danced to Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name." So look out for us in the Genus Book of World Records next year and you might be able to find it on Youtube. I will check.

After our synchronized dancing careers were over, we decided to go snow skiing in the New Zealand Alps. The day was awesome, I ate more snow than I'd ever eaten in my life. We had the best day skiing and snow boarding together. You could see the ocean and beautiful ice rivers coming from the mountains passing through green pastures. It was pretty psychedelic.

1 comment:

Juan said...

Did you mean guinness?