Millennium Hotel And Resort Manuels Taupo
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... and then other couple that would be coming with us. After driving to Jerusalem Bay, we unloaded the kayaks, got our safety gear on and learned the basics of kayaking before heading off. We kayaked for what seemed like forever (but only probably an hour and a half) to get to the Maori rock carvings. Scott and I were exhausted, we hadn't kayaked before and that was a long way! But so worth it- the carvings were amazing and massive! Something ...
... coleslaw, pumpkin and pasta. An odd combo but incredibly delicious! As per, mountains of food descended onto the plate and quickly entered my belly. We quickly moved onto an epic game of giant Jenga, which actually got to the point where there were no blocks could be picked. Incredibly reminiscent of the Danish Jenga game played between Steve, Baz, Nick, Rich and myself. Maybe this will have to be a travelling ritual! I decided to have a quiet evening on ...
... 163;20 I allowed myself to be thrown down a hill in a massive inflatable ball filled with water. Great fun! A nap at the hostel preceded the evening's entertainment; a trip to Tamaki village, a recreated Maori settlement. With my views of the commercialisation of traditional culture hazy (and being a typical prudent accountant and worrying about funds) I wasn't sure if I would go. I'm so glad I did. We were treated to 90 mins of traditional Maori activities including ...
... for another hour or so up to the town of Taupo which sits on the shores of the (very large, largest in Australasia, although only the size of Singapore not the commonly used size-indicator: Wales) lake of the same name. Our campsite also happens to be the sight of the towns geothermal pools which we will be exploring tomorrow! After a brief foray around the town looking for inspiration for a meal out we opted to head back and eat at the onsite ...
... a few things to do with Australia, she then came and joined me in the park with Sophie and Emily where we all fell asleep in the park. Waking up a few hours later it was time to head back to the hostel and cook dinner for the night. With nothing else for is to do that night we decided that we would get some much needed washing done and make our lunches for tomorrow was we had a long day of traveling ahead of us! ...