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- Continental Breakfast
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... pipes and old boiler system, as well as climb on the cupolas and check out the view. After that I watch a few games, and then decide on a soak in the old fashioned Blue Baths. It's like Manuka Pool with warm water, and a couple of hot baths on the side. I managed to purchase some of the local mud as presents. We get in the bus and home about 6.30pm. Ah barbie on the deck for dinner. Very ...
Our last evening in Napier was spent on a guided walking tour looking at all the amazing buildings. We were actually staying in one of the best - the Masonic Hotel. Built in 1875, it burned down in 1896, even though the fire station was almost next door! They rebuilt it and then came the earthquake in 1931 which measured 7.9 on the ...
... this side of the island is along the Tasman sea and is much flatter than the parts we have been through. It is more like the prairies at home, lots of fields and cows and the alignment on the RV is messed up which is ******* Ben off, and he is working hard just to keep the RV in our lane between the alignment and the wind which are both working against him. I am listening to my music on my headphones and writing this journal, enjoying some "me" ...
... steam. We had loads of veg and chicken and lamb. And of course pavlova for dessert. I really enjoyed the evening it was interesting to learn about the Maori culture. Tomorrow morning we are going to see some geysers, which are basically like hot spots where steam bursts through the earth's crust. The whole town of Rotorua is pretty smelly, caused by the sulphur gases which rise from the geysers and fissures. We will then leave Rotorua at lunch time and make our way to ...
... town and met the Maori guy again to realise he is actually working at Zorb. He had saw us when we were walking around looking for the maze just hours ago. It was rather early when we head back to the hostel for supper and rest ourselves reading in the lounge with the few other stayer like before. At night, we prepare to organise our bag for tomorrow coach to Taupo.