Summit Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was one place that had signs warning people to slow down as it was a high crash zone, no wonder the way they drive. We managed to make it to Taupo without any incidents and after sorting some food, we checked into a hostel. Back to normal sleeping arrangements! We went for a walk in town and by Lake Taupo. It is literally huge. No wonder the eruption was seen all over the world when the volcano blew to create the crater which is now Lake Taupo. As it got cloudier in the afternoon ...
... These logs are exported mainly to China, which could take all the logs available in New Zealand so the country carefully manages this export.
The second largest export is Kiwi, which grow exceedingly well in this area so it is know as the Kiwi growing capital. There are 2500 Kiwi orchards, each having 8-10 acres of land. Kiwis are grown on vines like grapes. The vines are trained on wires horizontally off the ground ...
... His Word, and he does. This has been key, as I have faced many internal and external challenges in my life, during the DTS. Internal challenges included my own sin, areas that need healing/the renewing of my mind, fears, and pride. External challenges include living by faith financially and relationships. In the weekly blogs I mentioned what God was doing and what He was teaching me each week. One thing that God did on this DTS was opening the door for me to ...
... adventures abseiling many many metres down and working your way back up.
We opted for a four hour Haggas Honking Holes, which involved three different abseils through waterfalls, and scrambling in and around the caves. After being wrapped up in cosy neoprene and fitted out with stylish gumboots and hardhats, we got a brief training session on abseiling and then we were let loose. The first abseil was 30 metres and was to be our biggest of the day ...
... stopped so there was no time to explore. The long drive back to Auckland was our last long drive in our trusty Daihatsu and weirdly our first in the dark. Apart from some guy somehow managing to spin out on the freeway and smashing into the off ramp sending sparks everywhere it was a pleasant drive although we were exhausted when we finally arrived. Our time exploring NZ had come to an end. Four weeks, 4,700km and one seriously awesome time. I am ...