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Travel Blogs from Tauranga
... about this garden encourages adventure, challenge, courage, imagination, wonder, curiosity and a connection with nature and the land.Tonight is a celebration for families with a hungi that has been cooked and later in the evening lanterns will be released into the sky. The rain holds off but it is bitterly cold, which doesn't seem to dampen any of the enthusiasm of everyone here, especially the children. A movie ...
... and held a second one for balance; went on a wobbly bridge, log, and leapt off a pole to a trapeze swing and last of all we climbed up a telephone pole on to a platform and jumped off into a free fall and than swooped. It was fun! We explored some waterfalls with geothermally heated water that mixed in with cold river water.... Many hotsprings in this area. We also took " the Barbary" a 100 year old restored sail boat cruise to view some indigenous stone ...
... walked along paths to see the geysers and mud pools. This was followed by our third Maori cultural show. All of them have been slightly different but we have noticed how their voices have been trained and they are powerful singers.
After this we were driven to Wai-o-tapu which means sacred waters. There were 3 walks to take and we managed 2 in the time we had, leaving precious minutes to scour the gift shop and also get an ice cream.
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... healed of back pain
· I received money needed for rent exactly when I needed it. God is our provider!
· This developing potential open door to pray in the county of Cambodia about whether being there long-term is a possibility or whatever God chooses to do.
· God has been maturing me and growing me incredibly these past several months.
... as the pilot, Golom sneaking under a seat etc. It was really very well done and very funny as you see all the passengers as dwarfs in their armor.
We walked all around the site and saw the hobbit holes and then went to the Green Dragon for drinks and lunch. It was very nice. The site gets about 250,000 visitors a year.
After lunch we were treated to ...