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There's almost nothing better than relaxing in a (free of charge) hot spring, in the most beautiful country in the world, when the sun sets and its cold outside.
For the next day I wasn't able to do the Tongariro Alpine Crossing (one of the main reasons I came to Taupo this trip), as the weather wasn’t good enough (as in super windy and super cloudy and super freezing). But Taupo has a lot to offer. So I went on ...
... background. We've sat for ages just watching them, it's quite entertaining. As we've spent a lot of time in libraries over he past few days. Charging up, using wifi etc it's also finally given Matty chance to catch up to his journal. There's a lot of catching up to do. He's not written in it since our second week in Thailand. He's not the most organised hahaa. It's also given him a chance to contact home. I think it must be a boy thing to not contact home too much. I only feel home ...
... at the world's coolest McDonald's, officially, there was a sign and everything! Probably something to do with the amazing play ground complete with converted plane. The weather hasn't been too great here, there has been a fair bit of rain, cloud and generally a chill in the air but we have still been able to see and do a little bit of what Taupo has to offer. We met up with Chelsea and Elliot, (Chelsea's parents are really good friends with Dave's parents) and hung out ...
... I didn't opt in for the extras. The 4 of us set off at 7.30am. We'd been given a plan of the walk on the bus which split it up into 8 different sections telling you the length of the section, how long it should take you, the difficulty of the ascent, etc. The first section was called 'Easy Ascent' - and it was. It was flat, slightly uphill but very manageable so I'm thinking great, I can do this easily. Scar and I were playing a game where you go through the ...
... walk and at time the extremely steep hikes up the mountain was so tough but the view once you was up the top was totally worth it. The coming down part was the hardest as it was all soft rock, so you was near enough sliding down part of it. It was a bit scary as you could easily stumble and fall and then you would be seriously screwed, as you could tumble off the volcano.
We also got ...
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