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... early (as in 6am early) due to the amount of people that would be attempting the hike in their holidays. But the good news was that the clocks were going back an hour which meant an extra hour sleep - hurrah! We were then warned to make sure we took enough food, drinks and warm clothing as the hike at a good pace can take between 6-8hrs, and the wind chill at the summit could reach minus 5! With that fresh ...
... clad and ready to go, it wasn’t even 6am yet! The forecast had predicted a cloudy morning which was scheduled to lift by the afternoon. Hence why we had decided not to join the crazies at el crack. However, it wasn’t until I looked out the window that I realised why there were so many people raring to go. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky, Ngauruhoe for the first time since we arrived was clearly in view from the kitchen window. I was so lethargic and groggy I ...
... us anywhere near it so we had to walk back from international terminal. It was a beautiful clear day so it wasn't too bad but the bags are so heavy we would have preferred to have been dropped off outside. We arrived and tried to check in. She couldn't find our details. Turns out I had booked the 16th February instead of the 16th January. We were so frustrated. The women told us that she had no rooms left for tonight. We could either pay for the Novotel ...
... view of the emerald and blue lakes. The next bit was a steep decline through a thick layer of pumice, which was a bit like sand and moved quick under your feet. We worked out a system but Doug did still slip once! The lakes were beautiful but smelly (of sulphur) :) We walked past te maari which erupted in 2012 and is an ongoing risk. We walked thrugh the risk zone and then saw the gases pumping out as we got round the other side. We walked down to the ...
... she hit it it would resemble something out of a Tom and Jerry cartoon. Where Tom would get shot with something and there would be a big hole where his stomach used to be, either that or it would just explode upon impact and bits of feline would fly all over the farm. The cat escaped an she explained that it was a ferrel one that would take down and kill the newly born lambs and the numerous flightless birds and ducks around the station. The NZ government have ...
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