Hilton Lake Taupo
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Today we got up early and headed out to Waitomo in our rental car. We took a tour of the glowworm cave, then had a delicious lunch at HUHU Cafe nearby. Next we headed over to the Otorohanga Kiwi House where we saw some adorable kiwis, as well as a lot of other birds. After our sightseeing, we drove to Lake Taupo where we will be staying the night. …
... went to DeBretts Thermal Hot Springs where we had our own private hot spring. The water was 42degrees so I was in heaven but Scott wasn't so comfortable so only stayed in for a short time. It was so nice and relaxing and exactly what we needed after our kayak. We finished our night with a frozen yoghurt with all our favourite toppings before admiring the moon over the lake and finally hitting the sack back at our accomodation. Another awesome day in ...
With no clue when the bus was leaving, Tuesday started with utter confusion but Ma finally turned up at 9.30am and everyone piled on the bus. It was a sad morning as we lost two of our North American friends; Caymon and Ian. I will be left with fond (and hilarious) moments of both. Caymon, amongst other things, for his day 1 beach stacking trying to retrieve a rugby ball and for Ian's pre-sky dive paranoia about getting sleep and room hopping round the ...
... leave in the morning for Taupo, where we would be staying two nights. It came with some sadness as we had to leave Jared our driver who needed to go home...hopefully he'll be back on the South Island. So onto Sunday and what a day this was, definitely a day of rest (well not for the 8 hearty souls who did their sky dives!). The morning saw us in take a beautiful walk at Redwood Forest before the stunning Huka Falls, a seriously powerful waterfall. We arrived into Taupo, on ...
... they put us on a standby list for like 2 hours so we did the hike through spa park along the Waikato river to the Huka falls. Waikato is the longest river in New Zealand, spanning over 425km and it's largely used for hydro-power, roughly 15% of all New Zealand's electricity comes from the river. we understood the immense power present in the river's hydraulic forces once we got to the Huka falls which were absolutely stunning and incredibly powerful. More than ...