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... up was the worst. It was a tight squeeze. Again it started well and I made it past the hour glass part in the middle, but lost it after that. I was so tired from climbing the last three that I slid back down wedging my arm up above my head and stretching a muscle in my shoulder. That was not fun. I don’t like getting old and hurt all the time. But, a pulled muscle isn’t bad for a day of cave climbing. It was worth it. (Note this story ...
Got up about 9 o'clock, didn't have a great sleep last night due to the noise from 736 across the corridor from my room 743 got dressed went out had breakfast in Burger King came back packed my bags put them in the back of the car and then I went to see the manager of the Hotel, he then informed me that there were 4 to 5 people in the room which were cabin crew making the noise he told me that they had expelled them immediately last night due to the amount of noise they were ...
... me more confidence as I knew I was in safe hands! Once I was hanging over the edge there was no looking back but you really have no idea how high you are as you come through the cave entrance or how far you are from the bottom, I could just hear Matt and Pip talking at the bottom while they were waiting for me. Although I was extremely nervous when I had to start the descent, I was so pleased with myself once I reached the bottom and was actually quite disappointed ...
... the wishes of the owner's grandson and to respect the Maori buried here, the cave had a man-made Indiana Jones-looking cave entrance including a descending spiral that is about 15meters in vertical depth. They had the circular ramp all lit up and it is beautiful with amazing acoustics!
We were able to see where the black water rafters go caving on inner tubes and where certain expeditions will take you abseiling (rappelling in the States). We also ...
... small that there is only one main hostel to stay at. Ours was called the Kiwi Paka and rooms were allocated as we arrived. Cat and I had said we’d wanted to be with Emily in a room and although we got an ensuite room it was a small double bed and a single bed that we were given. Not ideal when we’d all been promised our own beds and everyone pays the same price. Sharing a bed doesn’t give the best night’s sleep ...
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