Quality Inn on Fenton
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... back to Waitomo caves to do the tubing experience. I was so proud of my mum and dad for doing it, it was pretty intense especially for an non confident swimmer like my mum and my dad got involved jumping off the waterfalls onto his tube. The glow worms were mesmerising, like a starlit sky but in the cave with their long web like string hanging down to trap its prey. A fantastic experience and definitely worth all of the ...
... highway. "Should we turn left or stay on the main highway" I asked and with a couple of seconds to spare Paul decided we should turn left. So we did. We headed along highway 38 with no real destination but we did figure out it would take us slightly further up the east coast than Napier. Around 2.00pm we were driving along the "alternate highway" and I spotted a right turning and a small sign and map. We pulled in and saw the road eventually led to a car park and a 3km hike to ...
... all on a crowded little Willy Wonka style boat. It was a really magic moment and it was actually a bit of the shame to see the light at the end of the tunnel as we emerged in the forest.
The only thing worse than putting a wetsuit on is taking it off again. I'd gone from feeling like James Bond jumping off waterfalls and cascading through underground rivers to feeling like Mr Bean removing layers of skintight rubber. We were given bowls of soup and bagels ...
Back on the road after a short stop for fuel and we headed north, not having lost a lot of time, but feeling disrupted all the same. We came by the Wai-o-tapu Thermal park about 3.45pm and by the time we decided that yes we'd go in, we'd missed the last admission at 3.45pm. Doh! So we headed out again and came by a mud pool which only goes by the name "Mud Pool". What no special Maori name? It was a fascinating feature, with mud plopping ...
... TOGETHER!!!! Of the electric bath "it has been speculated that patients rarely complained of their ills after this grim-looking treatment" ... Lucky to survive I say. Electric baths and massages, the Bergonie Chair that treated obesity and constipation by extreme shaking, and a variety of douches are just some of the ways in which you could 'take the cure'. I think I prefer the modern treatment at the Polynesian Pools.