Chantilly's Lake Taupo
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... 8230;.and started reading the details...in detail! It didn’t take me long to work out which Visa I should apply for (there are many different types of work visas and the difference between some is quite subtle). I had planned ahead with lots of research and knew that there were certain things that would take time to process that I would need ready at this stage in order to apply….
In fact…here’s a list of everything you need to prepare ...
... 6. Taking into account Lake Taupo is 606sq km (same size as Singapore)and 160km around, some of these cyclists were hardcore. Possibly even better then me!
The atmosphere in the town was buzzing and a big part of me was green with envy that I wasn't participating. I think it all became a bit too overwhelming for Alex, there was only such much Lycra on a man he could withstand!.
We stayed in Taupo for 2 days and at 2 different campsites. The freedom ...
... days with Elaine telling Ria that she can't wait for her tan to fade and that it was probably fake. Ria's witty reply: "do you even go brown being Irish?" Elaine then rubbed a lot of people up the wrong way which made it 1-0 to us. Went back to our room after digging holes and met some more friends (clearly on a sociable roll now). They were sharing our cabin with us and went in the form of 3 guys called Jack, Will and David. A trend seems to be forming here with ...
... eating us, we retreated back to Mike and Lynn's house and watched a movie.
When it came time to leave, we realised we'd got this far south and hadn't been to see any glow worm caves, something we were going to do but never really got round to it. This meant we had to go from Mangakino to Owhanga via Waitomo, not a very direct route, but not too far out of the way. We got to Waitomo at about 10, just missing the tour. Luckily, they're every half hour. Also, we'd managed ...
... no" but did we want him to take our picture on it, pretty sound guy! We then stopped at the thermal stream and Oli went for a dip, he said it was the hottest water he's ever been in.
When we arrived in Napier it was late in the afternoon, we had things planned for the next day in town so we found a good campsite and just did some laundry! Lucky for us our campsite had a flying fox so we had a bit of fun ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking