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... ago, this feast was called the Hangi. The meal is cooked from the steam in the ground on hot rocks. We saw the food rising from the ground, it smelt delicious, and I even saw a bit of druel coming from Maureen's mouth. However, we still had to wait for our feast, as she eyed up the lamb. We first headed into the ancestral meeting house where we were entertained with a powerful cultural performance which included action songs, poi, stick games, and the Haka (how it should ...
After hiking through the Shire along the Waihou River, we decided to venture over to see the Aratiatia Rapids of the Waikato River. This river is the longest in New Zealand and there are 8 dams and nine power stations along this river to produce hydroelectric power. Because the flow of the water is quite high, the water is released ...
... side. There are bowling greens, pétanque areas, a very large croquet green and clubhouse, flower beds, small lakes and memorials. A beautiful and well kept area away from the main shopping and restaurant areas.
We really enjoyed our day although it was very cloudy with light rain most of the day. And even in this weather, with no sun I still ended up with my head SUNBURNT. Must wear a hat at all times.
... from getting very wet bums it was good to be out in the water enjoying the sunshine and the scenery. John decided to take some time out chilling under a tree watching the float planes taking off and landing. On our return to Rotorua, John and I headed to the Te Po indigenous evening to experience some more Maori culture and entertainment. John was invited to go on the stage to learn the ...
... a couple times a day but it gets dirty so quickly and we are still finding glass from when the microwave plate flew out and smashed. We are also still sweeping out sand from near Cape reinga! I have no idea where it is hiding because I sweep every day and mum sweeps every day too, and sometimes Liz or Ben will sweep more too. Today we are driving from wanganui to Wellington. It is cool but muggy and cloudy and raining a bit. The wind is so ...