Millennium Hotel And Resort Manuels Taupo
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a quiet evening on the drinking front while others divulged in card/drinking games. The sleeping situation last night was incredibly cosy as three bunks were joined together. It was like a game of Tetris to ensure everyone was feet to feet or head to head! The night had an added bonus as (other) Jack decided to specifically wake me up at 3am to ask whether I could see two strangers in our room. No I couldn't. Go back to sleep Jack, you nutter! We ...
... is common in this part of the world. Its main attraction is the huge lake after which it is named, with its calm waters covering over 200 square miles. With it being Saturday, we’d all decided that it was time for a big night out, though two of the group (Paul from Leeds and Katherine from Jersey) were absent as they’d hurried down to Wellington to see the All Blacks play against South Africa in the rugby union. The rest of us had a walk around the town and inevitably ...
... we hopped on a sail boat tour of the lake. There are accent Maori rock carvings only accessible by boat. Man they are amazing, it's hard to believe they were build way back in the 1970's; before laser cutting was invented. Seriously, though, even though the carvings aren't very old, they are still amazing to view. We were only in Taupo for two days, but we are already planning our next ...
... to the supermarket 'Pack and Save' to purchase food for a shared evening feast. Once in the kitchen it was all four hands on deck. We created a unique pasta dish many would not dare to try. It went down a treat! All mouths were well fed, no one could have left hungry! We offered leftovers to a German backpacker who was happy to receive a free tasty meal. After a chilled out meal and lots of chat we washed up then it was time for ...
... walking at 7am! The sun wasn't yet up and it was very cold. Me and Tom didn't take hoodies just a thin long sleeve top to cover up from the sun. It was forecast to be a hot sunny day again and we didn't fancy carrying jumpers for 7 out of 8 of the hours. We were cold for the first hour or so but as soon as we started the first big climb we were very warm and the sun was almost peaking over the hills by then. It was a hard walk! 2 big climbs taking a few hours ...