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... stump. We finish on 5/186 which will be competitive but probably 20-30 short of what we were aiming for.
A couple of good bowling spells put us on top with Colin Cooke taking 0/11 off 7 overs and Bob Ziehlke 0/18 off his 7 overs. The fielding is a mixture with John Terrell taking a good catch at the wicket off Ian Petherick while Ian impersonates a high-jumper doing the Fosbury Flop as he goes over the boundary fence after ...
Boiling mud! Wai-o-tapu was also the site of a large mud volcano which was destroyed through erosion in the 1920’s. Now you will find Mud pools which are formed when steam and gas rise underneath rainwater ponds. The gases react with rocks to produce clay, which makes a muddy mixture in the ponds. The girls reached through the fence to grab the cooler mud and they had the softest ...
... used to cook their food and bath. We were able to sample the traditional meal a hangi - cooked underground and watch the haka. It was a magical evening and summed up our feeling of New Zealand - a country rich with culture, natural beauty with the most welcoming,friendly people we have met on our trip. Thank you to all of our new Kiwi friends for your hospitality, we will be back :)
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... and boots, where we got to go tubing through the caves and jump down waterfalls. We got spectacular views of the glow worms (discovered they are actually maggots) all around the caves. After a hot shower to return our circulation we got some soup and a bagel whilst chatting to a lovely couple from England who live in Sydney and offered us a place to stay when we travel up the coast! We then started the very long drive to Wellington (7 hours) and the weather was horrible! ...
... can’t walk on the floor and so the very fragile crusts are protected, whereas there is much less restriction in Rotorua – a couple of warning signs about not straying from the path but not much else. At one point you walk straight through the middle of a thermal area. I’m not sure how much this place is actually appreciated – this was emphasised by the dead cat we saw on the side of the path. A dead cat!! It had been there a ...