The road from Queenstown to Glenorchy is one of the most beautiful roads drove in the whole journey, and the beauty along the way is definitely more than that of Glenorchy. We stopped as much as possible when we saw the view point and there was a parking place along the way, and at a certain point we walked up to a small slope. There is a place called little paradise along the road, you must not miss it! Here is a combination of cafe, hotel, museum, and garden. If you only visit the garden, the owner will charge extra. The garden is very large and built on the hillside. As soon as I entered the yard, I heard the cry of some kind of animal, and later discovered that there were not only plants, but also peacocks and turkeys. Because of the long hours of sunshine in early summer, part of this trip that attracted me was the flowers blooming in New Zealand. From the yellow locust trees that grow wild and unrestrained in the mountains, to the different colors of begonia flowers piled up into walls, to the huge roses of various varieties to hold your skirt corners and make you completely immobile. The garden of little paradise is huge, if it weren't for the arrows to guide me along the way, I would have lost my way here. The upper body can be worn very bloated in winter, and a large silhouette mink sweater is quite warm. But you can't wear too much for the lower body, a pair of shaping leggings is a great choice.