Astelia Apartment Hotel
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... Ruapehu and Mount Ngauruhoe - one of which is the highest of the Tongariro range, and one is the very famous Mount Doom of of The Lord of the Rings! We felt lucky to have had such nice weather, and for a lot of the journey I ended up shedding the four or five layers I started with to just my tshirt. The lower lake was stunning to see with spectacular shots combined with the mountain behind it. On to the Upper Lake took an extra 30 minutes up the only tricky part ...
... things. During the exeat
Shannon and I got our eyebrows done and went a little bit shopping. On the
last day Shannon drove her mother and me to Wellington. In Wellington we mate
Shannon’s sister Tammy. We had a nice meal at an Asian restaurant again… but
it was all right.
... car show, a
little farmers market, and a brilliant vantage point called Bluff
Hill Lookout. We stayed just outside the town in a caravan - my first
ever caravan stay too!
Working our way south, we passed through wine country in Martinborough, the
rushing Pohangina River and also the place with the world's longest
place name - look it up, I can't be bothered typing it!
Finally touching tarmac in Wellington, and our longest planned stay of the
... things again should not be a bad thing but that's how I figured it. We wound up doing really cool things anyway and did not run out of them. New Zealand is good that way.
We started out on the Coramandel Peninsula. Every hippie van and tourist bus in NZ was also on the Coramandel Peninsula with us. If there was something to be seen, it couldn't be seen because there were hundreds or thousands or maybe ...