SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland
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... was in awe as the whole of the boat ride it was silent. Also, before we had walked into this cave we were given the helmets which head lamps on which didn't really help with my fear but I was able to stay calm and get through it. I don't often say this but I was actually quite proud of myself for pushing through and doing something like that as I would never normally do anything like it. We grabbed some lunch before hitting the ...
... or leave it- but I don't want to miss out on the fun so I signed up too! I'm not sure where it is as the lake here is too calm- there must be waterfalls close by! Around lunch time, the four if us hiked just over 5km of the Redwood Forest. This was a beautiful walk with only glimpses of light peeking through the canopy to the forest floor. The trees were so tall and amazing it was hard to believe that they were only planted ...
... had met back home.
On Friday we went to the Hamilton Gardens which were fantastic. Themed gardens according to style and countries, done beautifully, including a kitchen garden complete with chickens were very enjoyable. We then visited the Waikato Museum which had a fabulous exhibition of Maori weaved cloaks. I took a few photos before being told I was not supposed to! Then back on the Road to Raglan on the west coast, a surfing destination for those in the know!!!!
... so far we would be leaving with a feeling we would have liked more time there. That said, for us on this trip New Zealand is all about the great outdoors. We are planning on using campsites during most of our time here and we've hired a camper van for the next eighteen nights, dropping it off again in Christchurch the day before we leave. It's called a Spaceship and it's essentially a converted Toyota people carrier with the back seats ripped out and a bed ...
... eels who swam all around us, ate all our bait and the buggered off, leaving us empty handed. Everyone else managed to catch themselves an eel, however the two of us did have a good chat about life and learnt that maybe were cut out more for the kind of fishing where you cast a line, sit with a beer, on a boat and then forget about the fishing line! Following our highly successful fishing trip some of us stayed up an drank at the bar with the owners, they really are a ...