Waiteti Trout Stream Holiday Park
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... of the mountains. There were small geysers everywhere and the forest is only about 25 years old, as it is rejuvenating itself after all the ash and mud settled. We boarded a boat and cruised around the large crater lake. We were the only people on the water or anywhere in sight; we saw small geysers erupting close to the edge of the water and lots of Australian Black Whistling Swans. It was so beautiful and ...
the river with his shoes on doh! It was
a little creepy stepping into river water when you can’t see a thing and of
course it’s a little eggy smelly. Carol
brought some tea lights which made everything very pretty. We weren’t the only ones there at midnight
and got chatting to a few people. It is
fair to say that the people of NZ are pretty friendly.
The next couple of days we spent helping out at the house
and doing a bit ...
... Caught up with everyone about their day and headed to Taupo.
The way there we were in and out of shower which was really annoying because I really wanted to skydive. We go to the Urban retread hostel which was pretty cool, nice kitchen, patio and bar. We checked in first since we were skydiving and dropped off our stuff and the limo was already outside waiting for us. The first group got in the limo - Me, Martin, Liz and a few others. We arrived ...
... der es an verschiedenen Stellen dampft. Am Ende stehen Autos und ein Fußweg führt den Bach entlang zu einer Badestelle. Dort störe ich ein Pärchen beim Planschen. Schon das zweite Mal seit ich hier bin, denn als ich an der Westküste war und mir die Buchten angeschaut habe, habe ich auch zwei Jugendliche quasi in Flagranti erwischt. Scheint hier ein Outdoorsport zu sein… Aber zurück zum Thema. Auf dem Weg zurück zum Auto kommen mir drei junge Männer mit Mountainbikes entgegen, ...
... pointed to me. So the guide gave me a leaf from the tree. I could have cried! The house looks just like it does in the film, it was amazing. Then we carried on walking round, having more photos. We looked out over a new part of the set, which they had just built for the Hobbit, but it wasn't open to the public yet. Finally, we made our way back, and I was just buzzing with excitment and happiness! Our guide Danny said that if we ever came ...