Clearwater Motor Lodge
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- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... day! Having mercifully succumbed to the heat by the early evening we picked up some supplies in the town centre before checking in to a campsite. With it being Saturday night there were plenty of people around including large groups of friends/families who had obviously got together and it looked like everyone was having a blast! One of the benefits of the campsite was on site hot pools which we took a dip in after a delicious tea. As is the way now we're making the most of ...
... of the door and tuck my feet under the airplane - at 12,000 feet above Lake Taupo. Cue reptilian brain confusion: this is wrong. Bad idea. Then I was to lean my head back onto his shoulder.
All right, game on.
The door flew open. Pardon me, but holy ****. I went from panic to peace to panic to peace in a matter of seconds as I inched my butt to the edge, tucking my feet underneath the plane; ...
... to believe that some of them are leaving. We are only just finding our feet as a group and getting to know each other. We have knew people joining on Friday too. They are going to be in the same position that the girls and myself were in during the Europe trip. Apparently my last couple of blogs havent posted. I have finally caught up and now the internet has failed me!!ha hopefully when I re post them it will work this ...
... 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 ...
... bars, Malteasters, Dairy Milk (obvs) and bananas. The bus collected us from outside our hostel at 5.45am - making us feel very depressed as we left Rach fast asleep in bed. Rach sensibly decided that a lie-in was the way to go. The bus journey was about an hour and a half - we'd made a friend called Ben who joined us for the duration of the walk. The walk was supposed to take 6-8 hours depending on whether you decided to climb the extra bits. It'll come as no ...