Comfort Hotel Wellington
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... picnic spot on the whole trip, and I really can't see it being beaten. We walked back the same way finding it much easier to walk down the steep slope from upper lake and eventually reaching the Taranaki falls again. From here we took a different route back which made it more interesting, alongside the river before weaving through the forest and emerging with flatter fields with view of Whakapapa chateau edging ever nearer. Our walk concluded with ...
... storm. It never happened. I mean it happened but it felt a lot like a gentle spring rain shower. But the tourists were gone! So off to the Bay of Islands we went. We and a few other Cyclone Pam survivors were the only ones there. It was amazing. I understand why jillions of tourists line up to see it but post-cyclone is the only way to do it right.
From there we jumped up to Ngunguru to dive Poor ...
... gingerly, watching their steps. That is until I heard a great whooping and who half ran half slid past me in a cloud of dust but Julian and Julian. Nutters! (Later, my confusion as to how they had managed to come from behind was settled by finding out they had done the extra part of the hike that's not part of the crossing but involved going up to the summit of one of the volcanoes. And they STILL finished before us. Bloomin' show offs). At the bottom of the scree slope ...
... somewhere on the riverbank behind us. After breakfast, we dressed up warmly and embarked on the wonderful walk through Monkton's Woods, a forested area donated for public benefit in the seventies. It's beautifully overgrown and seems to be very lightly managed. Having said that, there's a very accessible path that offered us view after view of sunlight streaming through foliage. A fan tailed bird (whose name we were told yesterday but subsequently forgot) flew ...
... would they do that?!
We took a walk along the waterfront and got a late lunch at Foxglove.
We met Ashley and Sue for dinner at Charlie Bills. Good food and nice to catch up with old friends.
Had to dry my dress with hairdryer before we left due to shampoo spillage in bag - GRRRR! Luckily dress was patterned fabric and it did not ...