Four Canoes Hostel And Bar
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Canoes Hostel And Bar Rotorua
25.-/nacht inkl. gratisbenützung der pools..
hatte ein 8 bettzimmer mit badezimmer für mich alleine..
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Heute bin ich in die nächste Stadt weitergezogen, nämlich nach Rotorua. Das ist nördlich von Hastings und mit dem Bus 3 einhalb Stunden entfernt.
Das erste das mir aufgefallen ist: es stinkt in dieser Stadt, und zwar in die Richtung verfaulter Eier. Oder anders ausgedrückt, es riecht nach Schwefel. Denn die Stadt liegt in einem extrem …
... tooth bush, deodorant, etc)
anything else you think you need is up to you it just adds weight to your bag
here are some things I brought that I didn't list
pot/pan/coffee cup/pocket size stove
first aid kit
water purifier (for hiking)
a waterproof cover for my backpack
a couple extra knives
OK so you have all your ****, you ...
... for the night. Not long afterwards though a little van pulled up alongside us, so we would have neighbours after all (they were a French couple).
The boys fed the swans and then we had an early dinner - just nibblies really. After that we went for a walk around the lake. Reach about 1/3 of the way to a lookout and hung out there for a while and had some family time chats. The sun was going down now, but I was keen to get some sunset photos ...
... 22 craters along a 17kn rift, and covering over 15,000sq km in mud and scoria. The pink and white terraces were shattered, covered by ash and lava and then submerged deep under the waters of Lake Rotomahana, growing to 20x its original size! The terraces lost forever. It makes us feel privileged to have seen the things we have seen, as you just don’t know whether they will be around tomorrow. Bringing it all back to the Maori mentality of ‘live for today’.
... back down (we actually left the ground over one of the bumps, which didn't give us a soft landing on the other side!) We left like we were in wacky races, but it was so much fun. We were pretty cold after this so had a compulsory hot chocolate and cake back at the top overlooking the lake and surrounding hills. That night we were treated to a full moon rising over the lake and had a fantastic view of the stars. (We also were, unbeknown to them, treated to a view ...