Emerald Spa Resort
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Nice motel with very friendly staff. Big rooms, good size bathroom, lots of parking space
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Nice museum at the Buried Village. We were lucky as we had a guide just for the four of us... Either lots of respect or... Slow season starting?
een gids voor ons alleen! Dat is service...
many pictures taken of hotsprings, geysers, mudpools. Good for the reader this article does not reflect the odeur and smell in town: rotten egs en …
... sink holes appear due to earthquakes or erosion (New Zealand averages about 16 earthquakes a day although a lot aren't felt). In Waitomo we had the option of doing three different tours. One was abseiling and rock climbing in the caves which I would have loved to do if I wasn't really claustrophobic. Just the thought of crawling through small holes in the pitch black with no space either side of me just makes me panic. The second option was tubing down one of the ...
... or waka – apparently a small one as it only seated about 20 warriors. We then went down to the geyser terraces just in time to see the largest geyser in the reserve going off – Pohutu shoots its steam almost 100ft into the air in many pulses and was very impressive to watch.
The attendant steam and sulphur smell was everywhere although it wasn’t half as obnoxious as I thought it might be, or maybe we’d ...
... sulphur smells. It was interesting to see what nature could create. We had lunch outside the van next to Lake Taupo. This was our first random spot where I actually thought, 'wow'. The sun was shining, the lake was massive, it was like being parked at the sea. I loved our camper van, I loved that we could stop anywhere, do anything and if I was busting - I could go. The only thing that was dodge was our hot water, sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. ...
... for the next few days. We decide on a speedboat trip to one of the geothermal parks, with a thrill ride on the way back. A zip lining experience in the local forest. A trip to the nature reserve where you can stroke a lion cub. A gondola ride up the local mountain with a luge ride down. We feel exhausted before we start.
After a French breakfast in the local Cafe de Paris (!) and a haircut for Charlie we ...