03 October 2015

New Zealand Day 2: Queenstown City and Fergburger

Day 1: Hotel Rydges, Queenstown

Queenstown is a nice little town on the South Island.  The city layout was outstanding, it is surrounded by the clear blue river with endless mountains as their background.  Just as we are looking at a very stunning panoramic postcard.  We were so lucky to go around mid of march where the weather was cool and the sky was blue and clear especially in that 4 days.

Riding on Earnslaw boat is also one of the recommended activity to do while you were there.  However, you need to leave hotel pretty early in the morning or otherwise in late afternoon.  Which we didn't make it, better luck next time I guess.

The city is so peaceful, tidy and extremely beautiful.  Especially when around the fall season where the weather was cool but not freezing cold and trees were changing their color, it is so enchanting.

For our lunch today, we went straight to the burger shop that got people talking about.  Fergburger is the Queenstown's pride, New Zealand's type burger.  Around lunch peak hour be ready to join the long queue.  Yeah, of course we were one of them.  However, it wasn't take that much long as I thought.

As inside the restaurant was so packed with hungry customers, we chose to have our burger by the wharf.  More relaxing and it is just the right place to have your burger.

Look how massive is the size of the burger!!!  You kinda need two big palms to round them and a big mouth to bite on it.  The patty was tender and the sauce just ooze out.  It was delicious and comes only with $NZ 11 to $NZ 15.  Not only selling burger, but they also have some sweets as well in the house.

Jam Donut from Fergburger

Kiwi bird, New Zealand iconic

At night comes, my tummy is started to scream out again.  I didn't want to left hungry before going to bed.  Feeling satisfied with last night dinner, so we decided to order an in-room-dining again.  This time we went for Pan-fried Salmon and Crème Brulee.  The foods were came out wonderful and salmon as usual were cooked to perfection.

Pan fried salmon

Crème Brulee

Stay tuned for the next blog still in New Zealand:

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