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... and tunnel excitement, we embraced some peaceful cycling through the Karangahake Gorge. The area was once a lively gold mining area and there was still a lot of the old machinery and workings to see. We followed the rail trail until it reached the town of Waihi. But the day wasn't complete without another bridge so we crossed another nice purpose built bridge just before we got into town.
With all that'd happened already that day you're ...
... with hair pin turns and glorious views over the town. We aren't going to lie - the big kids had a lot of fun too!
We have had a great time here in Rotorua, and tomorrow we will be moving northward to the Coromandel Peninsula - with wet weather in the forecast it isn't quite how we envisioned rounding out our time here in NZ, but we will make the best of it all!
Thinking of all of you as the holiday season begins in earnest.
Love Ryan, Wendy and Dave
... The sun was nearly set, we were in the middle of nowhere with animals roaming the road and not a single sign, let alone a single person, and we had no cell signal. But after about ten minutes, we finally came upon the sign for the lodge. It was such a cool place. We couldn't believe how lucky we got. The guy that owns it - John Saxon, apparently one of the wealthiest New Zealanders- built this lodge in the middle of his ...
... rugby team often do at games). We then get to enjoy the hangi meal and a few drinks. Our driver Dennis is really sweet and funny as he takes us back to the hostel and gets us singing songs. Then we decided to go to the bar next door to the hostel and make a night of it; the boys try to teach me to dance, I try to teach them some kickboxing and Becky tries to teach me how to twerk :-/ It's a late ...
... in the hot mineral spring waters that supposedly had therapeutic properties due to the acidity and alkalinity of the different pools. Well the rumours must be true, as we left the area feeling both refreshed and relaxed.
We dropped by a grocery store to pick up some food for dinner and spent our evening eating and relaxing while watching TV. Tomorrow, we are looking forward to doing some jetboating in Taupo.