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... hot and highly corrosive!). The walk lead us bavk to the start and into the mud baths, where Connor and I made our own face packs and enjoyed the rain from the comfort of the 35°C pools. After a lovely soak in the geothermal pools we headed for lunch in Rotor a feeling much more soft of skin! Not a whole lot to say about Rotorua other than the awesome way the town is organised into an eating area, ...
... a fitness class at the original Les Mills gym while Jeffrey rested (he is a bit sick with a cold). The gym class was a neat experience for Natalie; it was cool to see that the exact same work-out is being followed half way around the world!
We went back to the Elliott Stables for dinner and enjoyed some indian-styled grilled fish. We are getting ready in our hotel tonight for a busy couple of days- very exciting!
Lots of things to do in preparation for the trip, departing Auckland on 10 June.
Confirmed with Tower that we are covered under the ASB Gold Card Insurance scheme, they are sending out policy wording & activation letter.
Signed up for this Travelpod.
Cancelled Herald (& free Woman's Weekly) from 9 June.
Cancelled Slingshot Broadband ...
... and some undercooked but still the thought was there. After a few beers we headed back to the hostel and got to know Ma better who told us some funny stories from his 15 years on the road. The next day we made our way to Franz Joseph - a beautiful town surrounded by glaciers and mountains. We checked into our hostel, a great place called rainforest retreat, one of the nicest places we have stayed. Though we were met by the owner telling us a hitchhike horror story from ...
... in the water, mountain tops peaking through snow and then the sun broke through the clouds and put everything in a mystical light. WOW! I was starting to understand why the Maoris call New Zealand the Aotearoa - the land of the long white cloud. Many times during this trip I found myself just stopping and watching the clouds pass by. Changing colors, changing light, changing views from dramatic to lovely, from harsh to friendly and amazing to stunning. For me nothing man made ...
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