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For Walter and Paul, today is fully dedicated to the helicopter flight to White Island. Paul and Pete are parting ways, and Pete gives the last rites to Paul, because it may very well be the last time they see each other. A helicopter may easily crash and burn, or be captured by a stray bunch of Libyans. Furthermore, an active volcano is obviously …
The alarm goes off early on Wednesday morning, because a transfer of 405 kilometres is scheduled. The bus is already warming up its engine at 7:00 am to leave Paihia. One and a half hour later the bus arrives in Kawakawa. A town where coal was mined in the previous century, but currently it mainly focuses on agriculture. Kawakawa's biggest …
... the other people travelling on the Magic Bus route, and our driver Rus. Over our huge meal, we did the usual traveller exchange of where you're from and where you're going next. We met Matt, a cattle farmer from Kent, Vincent from Holland and Kat and Vicki from Beaconsfield, on an extended round the world trip til May. The food was awesome, and for dessert we had that Kiwi favourite, the pavlova. Clearly there is a war over here, as everywhere we went to in Australia, we were told ...
... the Rotorua Mountain Bike rental agency as it opened and were the very first customers served. I was given a brand new, 1 week old, 29" hard tail mountain bike, while Ruth-Anne was given a smaller 26" bike. The rental guide provided some directions, a map, a list of suggested trails, and off we went.
The mountain bike park is actually an active logging area, and the mountain bike groups work with the logging companies to ensure that as an ...
... about replacing some of our missing items, hopefully our insurance isn’t going to screw us over! We then head to the Whakarewarewa Forest which is full of Californian Redwoods, some of which were planted in 1901. We wander around the forest for an hour with Adam going snap happy again with all the ferns and trees around! We then set off on the Thermal Explorer Highway and after 30mins we get to the Waimangu Volcanic Valley; the ...
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