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... settling down and working somewhere I recommend bringing at least 2500 bucks on top of a plane ticket for spending money. That will give you one solid ass month of traveling here or a couple months of cheaper but still awesome traveling. Also, if you can find someone to do it with that will save you money by splitting costs for food/accommodation/transportation etc..
If you just want to get here and get a job right away I would bring at least 1500.
... made it with a few minutes to spare. Turned out to not be a big deal anyway as there were only a few people on the boat this time round and there was also another couple running late, who incidentally were also from Brisbane.
Away we went and the river cruise was very interesting and enjoyable. We went past a geothermal power station which has apparently tapped into such a good subsurface resource that it would have made a sightseer's wonder ...
... for punishment, we had Wai-o-Tapu ‘The Thermal Wonderland’ next on the itinerary for the afternoon. Wai-o-Tapu (meaning sacred waters) is a fantastically beautiful volcanic area, with walking tracks through areas of amazing geothermal activity and spectacular views of pools, lakes, boiling mud pools, craters, steam vents, mineral terraces, all displaying an array of colours from champagne orange to fluorescent green! And of course the smell came free ...
... cool photos.
I just have one more thing to say. I stayed at Fenton Court Motels and the people that work there are incredibly nice. The lady who owns it with her husband has had it for two years now and they work it from the bottom up and it's a pretty nice motel. They have these things called spa pools which is basically just a big hot tub sized bathtub that's outside of your room in an enclosed room. I thought they were pretty cool.
... a hot water area where you can soak your feet. The thing that we both noticed when we first arrived is the smell. Of course, being an active thermal area, the whole place has a slightly eggy smell. Luckily you get used to it pretty quickly, and can’t really smell it inside.
On Saturday Orla spend the morning running, in training for her own marathon (hopefully in June). The afternoon was spent ...