Tairua Shores Motel
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What a way to end my trip - we went to lost springs thermal hot pools (38 degreesto 41 degrees) for a soak and rest and relaxation! What a hidden treasure in these beautifil New Zealand mountains. These pools are fed from natural ...
... its freezing temperature. It was probably the group of school children that leapt into it carefree that motivated us to do likewise.
“Imagine an Alien watching a documentary on humans, just how would you explain this?”
Here we were, darkness setting in around us, the occasional flashing of cameras lighting up the evening sky, the rain spluttering out like a broken shower head, and the rushing of the tide ...
... drove onto walk up the North Islands highest water fall. These little towns remind me of ghost towns or like sets for films or something. We arrived at Wairere Falls Track and our driver said we'd be all good to walk it in jandals (flip flops) - when will I learn? I should have bloody worn my hiking boots but again I wore my flimsy work shoes and the soles are so thin that I could feel every stone I walked across. I thought it would just be a ...
... went home, sold up and moved out here for good. When you see how beautiful it all is, the easy going way of life and the type of property you can get for your money, it's not really surprising. You just have to hope you can dodge the earthquakes. (We learned today that Twizel - where we stayed three weeks ago - had another earthquake yesterday. Nothing too major though. An everyday occurrence round here.) The ...
... knowing you'd be cold soon after. Only managed it when I thought the sea was going to soak my bag! After a shower at the hostel the BBQ prep began. It comes to something when I'm one of the most knowledgeable about food and cooking! It actually turned out really tasty and filling. I had the 'world famous in NZ' drink L&P (it's a tasty lemonade) and Hokey Pokey ice cream (plain ice cream with honeycomb pieces in - less ...