Chantilly's Lake Taupo
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... 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 ...
... and hard work to turn the landscape round was awe inspiring. Talk about a man-made landscape!! Back home we reverted to plan B and I cooked the fish supper I had planned!
Tuesday Richard and I helped (Ric************ the farm as the few hundred calves had to be weighed, vaccinated and given a supplement. The larger ones were ready for weaning from the milk trolley and the smaller not. We went to round them up with Alma, perching on the back of the quad bike (one ...
... is common in this part of the world. Its main attraction is the huge lake after which it is named, with its calm waters covering over 200 square miles. With it being Saturday, we’d all decided that it was time for a big night out, though two of the group (Paul from Leeds and Katherine from Jersey) were absent as they’d hurried down to Wellington to see the All Blacks play against South Africa in the rugby union. The rest of us had a walk around the town and inevitably ...
... old friend of mine who works there called Tim and went for lunch with him. Drove to lake taupo Mums POV Waking early next morning to head for breakfast in a little cafe recommended by Darryl we were shaken by the repeated announcement over the hotel intercom piped loudly into our room - IMMEDIATELY EVACUATE THE BUILDING BY THE NEAREST EXIT. George was in the shower and I was half way through drying my hair. In a fit of panic with fear of an earthquake at the forefront of my mind ...
... the local bus to Lake Taupo. We pulled up at the town of Taupo, retrieved our bags from the bus hold then made our way up the road to the YHA hostel where we will be staying tonight. After checking in, we dropped our bags then hired some bikes for a few hours and rode around the beautiful lake. It was an awesome sight, there were stunning views! We rode until dark then delivered the bikes back. After some much needed showers ...