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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... so helpful during the walk and then took Alma to supper at a lovely restaurant, where we had a delicious meal with a wonderful Hawkes Bay Malbec!
On Thursday we departed to Hamilton, giving Alma a lift to collect her campervan which was being repaired. We visited a series of Dams which formed New Zealand,s first Hydro Power stations. We drove through Cambridge, the heart of thoroughbred breeding, a gorgeous town and then on to Hamilton where we visited Sandy ...
... With sky diving and other activities cancelled due to the weather, everyone was in the mood to let their hair down and the drinks started flowing. Junior, Kev and I sank a crate of beer before Joe, James and the rest came along with supplies of wine. Meanwhile, Jeremy was sat in the middle of the room (still wearing his camouflaged trousers) with an improvised table, a bag of oranges, a bottle of tequila and a huge knife. Nobody questioned this for obvious reasons and we were ...
I found the top of the world in Taupo.
Jumping out of a plane at 15,000ft, with the curvature of Earth in sight, was the most incredible adrenaline rush of my life.
I hurtled towards the ground at 200km per hour, with -20C air rushing through my fingers.
For those 65 seconds of freefall above the magnificent Lake Taupo I felt like I was flying.
And when I parachuted back down to solid ground, with a massive, cheesy grin on my face, I felt ...
... pub called the Back Bencher filled with Spitting Image characters. We met with George's friend Tim for lunch. A NZ'der George met in Finland and now works for the government. Tim's girlfriend, who he met at Dunedin, coincidently is from Bowerhill Melksham. Small world. We left Tim and collected the car, enroute stopping at Chows, the restaurant where George Nash had been working for the last 6 months. We wanted to covet some distance and headed 5 hours north to stop over night at ...
... getting downhill too, but once I got down, and only once I got down, did i decide it was worth it. My knees and feet may hurt, but the emerald lakes were definitely worth seeing and I think I got some good snaps. I was actually pretty lucky though because bad weather had meant people couldn't do this walk for the last three days at least. And then I ...