Sacred Waters Taupo Luxury Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 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 :)
... pics with Steve taking loads of boats. Getting hot and tired and thirsty so we made for macdonalds. Now let me explain I read somewhere that macdonalds in Taupo is the most unique macdonalds anywhere and that is true. It has attached to the building a real life DC 3 Dakota !! Well Steve was impressed. Also over here they have McCafes. They have the normal McDonald's for families and anyone who wants the usual fast food attached is the McCafe that sells real ...
... went to DeBretts Thermal Hot Springs where we had our own private hot spring. The water was 42degrees so I was in heaven but Scott wasn't so comfortable so only stayed in for a short time. It was so nice and relaxing and exactly what we needed after our kayak. We finished our night with a frozen yoghurt with all our favourite toppings before admiring the moon over the lake and finally hitting the sack back at our accomodation. Another awesome day in ...
... wiped out six villages and created a whole new landscape including a massive lake. We walked through the valley with my arms and legs providing lunch for numerous insects. The terrain is amazing. Bubbling water and steam mix with a magical array of colours. The water temperature ranges from cool to boiling and ducks and geese clearly choose carefully about where to venture. We walked down to the lake and boarded a boat that took us out to see more steaming ...
... over their land. We walked around the grounds and watched a cultural performance which depicted Maori culture. We headed to the bar for a BBQ and a pub quiz later on which was good fun and we came a respectable 4th place! This morning we went to Cape Reinga which is at the very top of the North island. We walked down to the lighthouse and dipped our toes in the Pacific Ocean and then went off sandboarding! This was good fun but it was pretty tiring getting up ...