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... for dinner. Craig's contribution to the shopping was starburst jellies, twix and some orange juice for a balanced diet. Still a smell of mouldy ham and pineapple pizza everywhere.
Back to the room and done our first wash load of clothes. Dryer went twice and didn't dry the clothes so I've put my peg less clothes line to good use. So far working a treat! Thanks to Helen for recommending that little gem.
... said I'd go down it in a raft! There were a few other 4-5 meter falls and some Rapids for us to play in. The whole journey took about an hour, and we loved it. We rounded off the day, and our visit to Rotorua with a Mauri experience at a hotel in the city. We had a buffet of traditional hangi food which is cooked by steaming it within the natural steam from the earth so it absorbs all the natural minerals. It being a buffet, and with us being on a budget we took ...
... like the swing earlier but still pretty fast and the speed built up. The launch lady had given me her sunglasses as rain eye shields as it had got heavier since the kids were released. This helped but I really needed window wipers on them to clear them from the rain. The brake was a bit harsh and I couldn't see the man giving me the signal to assume the brake position, but stopped OK anyway. Once unclipped the last part of the ride was free fall. This involved being ...
... the lads were brave and ran around to the spot when the waves retreated for a few moments, but were almost instantly punished when we got around the rocks as a huge wave came in up to our waists and soaked us. There was no natural jacuzzi for us, and we went home disappointed. Sophie also didn't see me head off back to the hostel up the road so thought I had drowned and spent 15 minutes shouting my name into the sea. I was glad to hear that she ...
... lunch we road a few miles out of town to Whakarewarewa ('Whaka" for short) Trails bike park. Along the way we passed Puia cultural center, home to the Pohutu geyser which is Rotorua's version of Old Faithful. We biked ahead until the met with with trailed head of the Pohaturoa trail which is hiking only. We hiked to summit past the Trig surveyor station to an incredible overlook of the city and Pohutu geyser. Amazing views of the geyser, and best of all the ...