Sacred Waters Taupo Luxury Apartments
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Friday - Monday After our ordeal getting here. It was nice to hear a British accent and have company from home. We spent Thursday night and Friday night at Sutty and Ellen's house and then set off for Waheikie Island on Saturday morning. Over the weekend the boys fished, promising us girls dinner. The dinner never happened so Ellen and I sat and had a few drinks whilst they failed at catching dinner. On the Sunday we went yo one of the vineyards together. It was ...
... of the north. First, we stopped at Te Pula, which is New Zealand's most well known thermal park. A few paid the 30 dollars to go in, but we stayed on the bus and made our way to the red forest for the walk, which was fun, and then headed back to pick the others up. After a few hours driving, we stopped at the famous Huka Falls. The Huka falls are situated on the Waikato River. It's so beautiful, and is ...
... only difference being is that over time a bath will get cold, this was a constant stream fn hot water and only getting out would relieve any discomfort, so that we did. Suddenly the temperature outside seem to climb another 10 degrees with our bodies now throbbing temperatures above boiling point; yet it all seemed worthwhile and so relaxing - needless to say that fleece didn't go back on. The rest of the time spent in Taupo was discovering that 'Wild Bean Cafe' was ...
... way towards Rotorua. We had a very pleasant glass of wine and watched the vast diversity of water sports on Lake Taupo. It is so big it looks like it could be the sea. Walked back to our site - mainly uphill and very hot! Two sites to choose from in Rotorua so booked the quietest (called Blue Lake) further from Rotorua but we will do all our activities on the way in. Looking forward to New Zealand lamb for ...
... months to cool! I took a photo if it, check it out- it's the clear bauble with the trees in the inside. After, we walked through the gardens where there were many larger pieces on display. It reminded me a little of Alice in Wonderland, I especially liked the tulips. We stopped to enjoy a wine in the gardens before heading back home to get changed for our tour. We walked to the canoe and kayak store where our tour would start. We met our ...