Lakeview Heights Farm Stay
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... in the group. We were from 13 different nations and we needed our own chief to represent us all... Ben rose to the challenge! During the cultural show Ben accepted a peace offering from the Maori chief and made a speech on behalf of us all (he did an excellent job!). After Ben did his speech a lady from Belgium sang a traditional song to the Maori chief as a thank you for accepting our presence. Throughout the evening Ben was known as 'Chief Ben', he was even called ...
... Matakana Island was still the same. It was a hard slog for me but I had my pain killers, water and determination… all good! The view from the top was as expected and remembered, stunning of course! The walk down was much easier where we meet up with Amy for a Hokey Pokey ice-cream.
From there we headed to stinky Rotorua, although it doesn't smell quite as bad as I remembered as a ...
... hobbit holes and the highlight of the trip was a beer and cider in the green dragon where we got to dress up as hobbits! We all left Hobbiton with big smiles on our faces and arrived in Rotorua, where it stinks of egg! We went for a walk at the geothermal park but didn't stay long as the smell was horrible. In the evening we went to the tamaki Maori village for a 3 hour cultural entertainment and dining experience. The evening was really interesting and ...
... but we all had a ton of fun.
Ty even wanted to keep going and take out a kayak solo. So we switched water craft while Finn kept fishing from the shore. Ty did great in his kayak and the boys all hung out in a bend in the creek while mom prepared dinner.
We had a mellow dinner at home with hungry eaters. We finished off the full day with ping pong and pool in the game room.
What a super fun day indeed. ...
We made an early start on our only full day in Rotorua, keen to explore the Wai-o-tapu thermal wonderland before the throngs of people that arrive for the eruption of the Lady Knox Geyser at 10.15am. We arrived shortly before 9am, which would give us time to explore the first section of the park before we needed to make our way over to the Geyser for the eruption.
The Wai-O-Tapu (Sacred Waters) area is the largest area of of surface thermal ...