Millennium Hotel And Resort Manuels Taupo
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- Swimming pool
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... which was a very pretty location right by a river. There was a party going on as we pulled up and there was a group of German and New Zealand tourists all having a drink together. Actually they were quite drunk but we thought even if they partied all night, we were too tired to hear it.
As it turned out, they all turned in around 9pm but we were already in bed. They were up early again the next morning though and on the red wine at 9am. So do you now ...
... we literally dunked our bodies in, did a quick little paddle then began our hike back. We could enjoy the view a little more on the way back as we weren't rushed. The falls, hills and river were so beautiful and well worry the hike! After returning to our room, showering and changing we headed out for some food and drinks. We had a drink at the bar attached to our accomodation called Element Bar. We asked the bar staff here for ...
... like she had revision cards of key words, but only read the key words and in no kind of logical order. Oh, and in case you are wondering, English was her first language so she had no excuse for her ineptitude.
Thank god we booked onto the second tour too. The first one had left us with a bitter taste in our mouth (maybe we swallowed a glow worm?) but the second tour was fantastic. The tour guide was fantastic and the cave was really ...
... we were all looking forward to not repacking our rucksacks for a night. A nice lazy afternoon, popped to the supermarket, McDonald's for the Wi-Fi (randomly this branch has an aeroplane to the side which you can eat in, very odd), cooked some dinner - it is quite hit and miss what equipment you will find to cook with in the hostels, at least this one had more than one spoon - then we all went to the bar/club next to hostel for a few drinks, bit ...
... and the girls a traditional poy dance, and the second where we stayed in a place called Kotapu Lodge where a Maouri family have moved back to their homeland to try and conserve the land as well as bring tourism into the area to help the local town where there is high unemployment and poverty. We were cooked a traditional 'Hangi' for dinner and at the end packed up the leftovers to take into town the next morning to ...