Copthorne Hotel Rotorua
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... being squeezed through a narrow rocky gap. We then booked in for Jet boat ride to the Huka falls and went to visit the volcanic centre, where we spent two hours, it was fascinating! After a lunch of prawn chowder at the prawn farm, we boarded our jet boat for some hilarious spins and lurches up and around the river!
Back at the farm, we were joined by Stu (Alma's son), Donna, and the 3 children for supper. We talked pony club and farming! So interesting, ...
... However the knowledge I wasn't about to clash with them was a little but comforting. By some miracle the girls beat us in the battle of the NZ cultures...mainly because Papa G was biased with the swinging hips of the girls! The Maori culture is a good one, it's very inclusive, friendly and different to anywhere else I've been. Peruvian and Fijian culture are both brilliant in their own ways, however the Maori one is rich in history, stories and spiritual magic. In ...
... beschloss auf meinem Kopf zu landen...
Am Nachmittag haben wir uns allerhand Wunder der Natur angeschaut für welche man keinen Eintritt zahlen musste. Dazu gehörte der Marakopa Wasserfall, die Piripiri-Höhle, die letzten Überreste einer Höhle, genannt natürliche Brücke Mangapohue und ein Spaziergang in Waitomo mit allerhand kleineren und größeren Höhlen und ebenfalls einer natürlichen Brücke.
Nach 3 Wochen auf der Farm können wir nun ...
... vandalised a while ago and had been removed for repairs. Oh all … net time. We also thought since we had come down this far we might as well carry on to Turangi. The Autumn colours were stunning even in the rain and we also found a river that runs a long side the quiet country town. We arrived at the river in time to see about 6 (Sux in NZ) fly fisherman arrived to do some fly fishing which I had never seen in before. It is a very beautiful town.
... out of Scotland but you’ll never take away the fact that deep down she’s still a bit of a prude…!
We spent a good few hours milling between the pools. The pools are heated naturally from the hot springs under the ground so the smell is always lingering. Although to be fair, it wasn’t nearly as bad as it had been at the lake the previous day when I’d wanted to spew in the bushes when the steam blew in my face. Maybe I was getting used ...