I woke up around 5:30 and went down to the hotel restaurant around 6:00. Yesterday, we heard that the Australian Government has started requiring all international travelers to self-quarantine for 14 days after arriving in country. I sat in the restaurant drinking coffee and review what options we have for continuing our trip.
Around 8:00 I went up to the room and joined Shari and Albert and we all went down for breakfast in the hotel dining room. During breakfast I shared with Shari what options we have for continuing our travels.
Since it doesn’t appear that I’m going to make it to Australia this trip, I went ahead and tried Vegemite at breakfast this morning. The restaurant has small packages of it on the buffet. I toasted and buttered a piece of bread and then spread the Vegemite on the buttered toast. It wasn’t very exciting. It doesn’t have much flavor and is mostly just salty. It was edible, but it’s not something I thought was so great I will buy some at home.
It was almost noon before we left the hotel and walked around Queenstown. We walked along the waterfront until we reached the Queenstown Gardens. We walked through the gardens to the tip of the peninsula and then walk along the shore back to town. It is a beautiful sunny and slightly cool day. We continued to walk around Queenstown stopping in the odd shop to look for souvenirs.
For lunch we went to a Queenstown institution, Fergburger. It was packed when we arrived. We waited in line about 15 minutes to order and then another 20 minutes to get our food. The restaurant has very limited seating, so we took our burger down to the water front park and ate there. Albert and I each had a Ferg Deluxe burger and Shari had the Little Lamby burger. We shared an order of fries. The burger is large. Perhaps 1/3 larger the the Burger King Whopper. I’m probably just bias, but it was not as good as some of the burgers we have at home.