Oasis Beach Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... scattered on the property which includes a pool, a patankque court (the bocci like game mentioned in Rotorua) and a beautiful decorative vineyard. Our place is a palace, originally we were going to have a studio room but somehow we upgraded to a gigantic one bedroom suite with a full sized dining and living room..all this for a $102 NZ per nite. We unload our things and head up to the restaurant for a little lunch. The deck overlooks the whole ...
... out. Fairly busy in the summer, but from April until the skiing starts in July it's a bit dead. Found our digs and met Alina, a German girl who has lived here for six years and is married to Shail, an Indian, who runs and is the chef of the restaurant which they've had since last year. And met their sheepdog who instantly sussed I spoke dog and spent a lot of effort willing me to play ball. Meanly, I went off and wrote some of this. Amanda and Alina talked about Rotorua, ...
... Our alarm clocks were set for 5am... So, an early night tonight please! I went to bed feeling quite excited but also a little nervous... It had been a while since I had done a proper, all-day hike... And this one wasn't going to be a casual stroll in the park. Although, it was also no Kilimanjaro/Rinjani summit hike... So if I conquered those (barely) then surely the Tongariro Crossing will be fine! A new backpacker friend of mine, Charlotte (another lovely ...
Waitomo to Taupo (02/09)
We had hoped to get to Waitomo Caves for either the 9am or 9.30am tours, but the bed proved too comfy so we only got there in time to make the 10am tour. We booked onto the glow worm cave tour and the Ruakuri Limestone cave tour.
The glow worms were fascinating, it was like looking up at the nights sky, but as if it was just above our heads as oppose to out in space. Ni likened it to the images you see of the ...
... town centre quite empty, many empty shops. About 40 km further to the Tongariro National Park. Snow capped volcanos in constant view - Mt Tongariro, Mt Ngaurihoe and Mt Ruapehu the highest. The main road leads to the famous Chateau Tongariro where there is plenty of snow and families making snowmen. We drive further to the Whakapapa village where the chair lifts start. The midday sun made it easy to drive without much ice. Only 1 degree ...