Oasis Beach Resort
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... night taken from space. This is probably the best way to describe it as the glow worms seemed to group together in patches like cities. Two things were disappointing though, firstly no photos (although later experience would tell us this wouldn't have mattered anyway) but way more disappointing was our tour guide. She was rubbish, and that is more than kind. She spoke in a weird way which reminded me of the grannies on the Shreddies advert, but less ...
... they laid the blanket down as a sign of their success. The warriors who found the cave are buried above the entrance to the cave, and is considered as sacred ground by the Maoris. In 1906 James Holden discovered the cave and began running tours through them, however this upset both the Maori's and the New Zealand government. The latter because Holden was making money and they wanted to get their hands on it. Unfortunately I couldn't get any pictures ...
... 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 ...
... parachute opened so I'm still here to tell the tale of that time I threw myself out of a plane at 15,000ft strapped uncomfortably close to strange man with nothing but a large rucksack... So for now, I am still on the North Island until Thursday when we cross over to the South. We have been incredibly lucky with the weather and have all caught rather a lovely colour (red that is), but today is somewhat less pleasant, windy and raining, and were off to some ...
Left Napier this morning around 9:30 and arrived around 11:00 am to the Millenium Hotel at Lake Taupo. Very nice place and the drive as usual was picturesque with vistas of NZ fields of sheep and cattle. The hills and valleys in the sun made it truly enjoyable. We had a great day visiting the town of Lake Taupo and Huka falls and the mineral baths. The best was visiting the honey store where you could try one of 8 or so different honeys. ...