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- Free parking
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... their cars at the end of the walk and get a shuttle to the start (it is a 20km, 7hr linear walk rather than a loop). All the adverts for the walk make the point that it isn't an easy walk, that you will be walking with the risk of a volcanic eruption and also stress the importance of the correct kit. That afternoon we bought heavy duty gloves and scarves, as well as enough food to feed a small army! We checked into a campsite recommended by our new friend ...
Went to work on Friday morning to be picked up to go to the airport for our works conference in Taupo. Its so strange doing internal flights because they don't check your passport and you don’t have to go through security. I flew with the 3 managers so got to go in the first class lounge which was a treat. Then we went to board the plane I was in hysterics!! It was single seats with 10 in each row ive never seen a plane so tiny and the captain was doing ...
... feet the jumpers in front of me got ready. They threw the shutter open and a deafening thunder roared through the plane. The wind was rushing in creating such a racket. The instructor stepped out and without even thinking started hanging out of the plane. It was quite a sight. While he hung there the three trainee skydives just ran and jumped out. It was so impressive. Before I knew it the door was closed and people I was just next to were hurtling towards the earth at ...
... they had had all week and there was not a single cloud in the sky! Safely landing on earth again everyone could not stop grinning and saying it was by far the best thing any of us had done before. After buying videos, photos and a t-shirt we headed back to the hostel wherewe met up with ttash again and cooked dinner. After a long and action packed day we decided we would get an early night in preperation for our 22km walk tomorrow. ...
... easy but it meant I barely got moving. In the end a Mexican woman came and dragged me down! Never did find out her name but I must have thanked her a million times!! As we went down we could see a couple of lakes. This made another view you would normally only see in made up pictures - with the red crater, the mountain and these sparkling lakes. After this the route was fairly straightforward (in comparison). The last hour was tough as ...