BEST WESTERN Sails
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Sails Taupo
Now Best Western Sails, it has large rooms with large balconies. It's close to the lake, and the rooms on the upper floor have a lake view.
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... in their little cinema room. We were woken up by the rain hammering our campervan in the morning, another rainy day it seemed. The rain ended our chances of doing a skydive in Taupo. We wanted to do it here because apparently the views are amazing of the lake and the surrounding mountains but we've decided we'll do it over the Great Barrier Reef instead. I suppose that won't be a bad place to do it either! Rain Jackets on, we decided we'd brave the rain and walk around ...
... 8217;ve been telling the kids about camp and teaching them knots and it’s been really fun, they’re really great kids!! Of course they’re parents are great too :)
Ok, well I have some plans to do some cool stuff this week. But I’ll write another post later in the week and let you all know how they turn out!! I also have lots of photos of Cathedral Cove but I haven't had a chance to go through them yet, so they'll come next time :)
... an hour later we were with them, Gin and Tonics in hand. We were told in no uncertain terms that we should cancel our accommodation and move into their house. Such a kind offer! We resolved to try to cancel our booking with the hostel when their reception opened the next morning. Leaving the Cushes we made tracks for the legendary Finn MacCuhal's in town. After 2 pints of Guinness and a bite to eat we were beckoned outside by a group of locals. They turned out to ...
... We stopped off to grab some fish to bbq after that and the guy at the fish counter was super helpful. Once he found out that we were on holiday he made a point of walking us through a variety of local fish and once we had settled on a fish he grabbed us some filets from tomorrow's stock. He didn't want us to go home and say that Kiwi fish was rubbish.
In the end the fish was good, wine questionable, and it's certain that I'll still be hurting tomorrow.
... in the middle of no where with hot water. A perfect place to relax for the night and returned the next day to experience it in day light too.
We also visited Huka falls in Taupo and drove around some of the lake, the largest lake in New Zealand. Taupo town had a lovely feel to it and on one of the nights we treated ourselves to an amazing Indian feast, something we had both strangely been craving.