Clearwater Motor Lodge
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- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Our journey from Wanganui to Taupo took about 3 hours but was very scenic. Lake Taupo Top 10 site is the biggest site we have been to. We were put on pitch 144. It is a well kept site, but we tend to prefer smaller sites. They are in the middle of putting in a new swimming pool. Having set up camp, fed & watered ourselves we walked the 2.5 km into Taupo and booked a boat to go to the Huka Falls tomorrow ...
... tea and sandwiches and muffins. And also in this one a Dakota with the cockpit screened off with glass and tables and chairs in the rest of it Cool place to have your happy meal !! 2 english breakfast teas and a raspberry and white chocolate muffins and plenty of pics later we toddled off back to the car and off to countdown the supermarket for supplies. The food over here is very reasonable we picked up 2 sirloin steaks for £3.50 and the chef is doing stir ...
... be the best one to start with as we were both a little nervous about the other activities. I was most nervous about the bungy and Scott with the sky diving. After getting our harnessed locked together and checked, they released us 40m above the ground where we swung over the clear blue water below us. It gave us both a massive adrenaline rush as it feels like you're going to hit the cliff before it actually swings you down over the water. We had a short ...
... stunning landscapes. Upon our return we jumped on a coach that saves you the walk up through the valley. This was a bonus as for the first time since our arrival in NZ the rain swept in. We jumped in the car and headed south to Taupo. It was Hazel that saw the police car. Apparently I'd driven past it going the other way but hadn't noticed. I was too busy looking at the scenery. Apparently he practically did a handbrake turn and it was then that I noticed ...
... dunes!! After that we drove along 90 mile beach and then dipped our toes in the Tasman sea! Two oceans in one day- pretty cool!! We were promised the best fish and chips in the world after this but unfortunately they didn't live up to expectations- the British definitely do it better! The next day in the bay we went on the Dolphin seeker cruise. This was a 4 hour cruise to many of the different islands which are in the Bay. We saw pods of bottle nose and common ...