Millennium Hotel And Resort Manuels Taupo
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Travel Blogs from Taupo
... Helen came down at the weekend and we all had dinner together Sat night. Tuesday we set off for Napier, via Taupo, to see 3 properties we might stay in. 2 from Trade Me and one belonging to Helen's niece. This searching for places to stay in can be quite a pain. So many possibilities but difficult to pin down the essentials- ...
... out on to the lake. We spent the morning relaxing by the lake, attempting to catch some trout without any luck, and taking in the amazing view of such a huge body of fresh water. Taupo is such a peaceful town nestled on the north shore of the lake and it was from here our boat was leaving so we headed into the town centre and boarded the boat for a short trip across the lake. The sun was beaming down on a brisk day and the boat cruised across ...
... was only possible to put your feet in the warm water so our feet were nice and toasty but everything else was freezing. Next stop was Waitomo. On the way we stopped at this beach. You had to walk 30 minutes on a dirt track before going through a cave and on to the beach. It was actually the same beach in the beginning of the second 'Narnia' film which was cool. Not loads to do in Waitomo except the extremely popular black water rafting. We went ...
... day after Ian had a school group he took climbing there. We had a steep walk up to the top of the climb where Ian abseiled down a little way to set up a rope for us. We spent a lovely day on the wall in the sun trying some of the more challenging climbs that were on offer.
Now, I know you're all desperate to hear the latest about poor old lily! Well, sad news folks, Lily has gone to car heaven. We were doing okay keeping her going, she ...
... fine, but the walk up the next day was not going to be fun :( The hostel though was amazing; set at the bottom of loads of hills and valleys, by the side of a river. A beautiful setting. The rooms were more of an adventure than beautiful though; a 32 bed dorm, with rows of 8 thin mattresses in a row on 2 big bottom bunks and 2 big top bunks. For a cheaper price of $22 (compared to what we have been paying so far) it seemed like we’d got ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility