Clearwater Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in captivity here! Much bigger than i thought they were, almost the size of a cat! This afternoon we went to Pac n Save to stock up for our hike tomorrow, we are doing the Tongariro crossing which is 19km long. It was voted in the top ten by lonely planet as one of the best walks in the world, and the second best thing to do in New Zealand. Looking forward to ...
... pink and I was told that when skydive Taupo started, the only plane they could afford was a small 6 seater plane that happened to be pink. This caused a stir and people were coming from all over to dive in the plane. Once Taupo established itself it could afford a brand new plane, which arrived in boring white. This caused a lot of people to ask "Where's the pink plane in the brochure?" Established divers stopped coming, a few of them were coming solely to say they have ...
... and decided to take a walk to a natural hot springs. I got about a kilometre and it started raining again. Horizontal raining. I was soaking and I spent the evening feeling sorry for myself and trying to dry my trainers with a hairdryer. Friday 18th Thismorning I was determined that the bad weather wasn't going to stop me and I hired a car on a mission to check out the geothermal fields. My first stop was Wai-O-Tapu. Waiotapu means sacred waters and is famous for its thermals ...
Today we were meant to do an 8 hour hike to Mount Doom and through the national park but Cyclone Luci hit and the weather was awful so it got cancelled. This lead to us spending half the day lying in bed in our big dorm chatting (we all agreed to get up for tea and Jo offered to go and by milk at 8.30am but didn't pull herself from bed to go to the shop until gone 11). Then we moved to the TV room and watched movies for the rest of the day and cooked out first ...
... strapped to someone else that made me feel secure. Either way I didn't care as I hate feeling scared. When it was my turn I sat on the edge of the plane with my legs dangling out, looked up and he let go. We free fell for a minute and I couldn't control my face. Then the parachute unveiled and that hurt - a lot. The scenery was amazing overlooking Lake Taupo and I even got a little go of steering it. I landed safely and walked in. I'm not going to lie but I didn't feel a ...