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An early start today as we had lots of road to cover. The new tires on the car made a huge difference!
Today was the day for digging up family roots in Manunui and Taumarunui, which was about a two hour drive from Rotorua on at least five different highways. We stopped twice en route to see the view at a couple of lookouts. Beautiful …
... quite a long time just watching people get nowhere near the hole. It was quite hypnotic.
After a bit of a wander along the lake, sadly, it was time for Jimmy and Alex to make their way back to Auckland. Though we would see them again in a couple of weeks in Queenstown. We said our goodbyes and went on the hunt for some lunch. A lot of places were serving a surcharge because it was a bank holiday, which annoyed me a bit, surely they would have ...
... qualities. They had honey you could eat but also skin products etc. Mike and I both tried an ice dream made with honey. It was delicious. This hotel has a homemade cave like grotto (hottub), and Finnish sauna. They also have an outdoor pool and small gym. Being right on the lake is lovely. You can lie in bed and see the water. Lorde won the grammy award and she is 17 yr old from NZ. They talk a out her a lot here. Lots of pics! Off to Rotorua.....sulphur ...
After a successful night freedom camping by Lake Taupo we headed to the information centre to get our excursions booked for the next few days as this region of North Island is where all the adventure seems to be. All booked up for the next few days worth of activities we ventured to the Huka falls which is an impressive waterfall just outside the town. The waterfall has a hiking track along the Waikato river leading to a natural thermal spa ...
... all its volcanic and thermal activity. And you could definitely tell - it reeked of sulphur! We had originally planned on going to see some geysers and colourful springs etc but decided to save our money since we saw so much of that in Yellowstone (and don't want to become geyser snobs, along with being whale snobs and salt flat snobs). Just outside Taupo we stopped to see the Huka Falls which are the most popular ...
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