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. …
... like she had revision cards of key words, but only read the key words and in no kind of logical order. Oh, and in case you are wondering, English was her first language so she had no excuse for her ineptitude.
Thank god we booked onto the second tour too. The first one had left us with a bitter taste in our mouth (maybe we swallowed a glow worm?) but the second tour was fantastic. The tour guide was fantastic and the cave was really ...
... and they don't want to leave anyone out. It was great, they have different sections lit up as you walk through, and that mixed with the stalactites and stalagmites it looked like a villains lair from a superhero film. The hostel tonight not as fancy as the first, but still very nice. Plus there was a bar so we all went for a few drinks after dinner. Rotorua The town of the bad smell! It stinks, it smells like rotten eggs, but you do get used to ...
... and was a really fun morning visiting the shire, finishing off with a cider and pork pie at the Green Dragon pub! Back in Rotorua we visited the Geothermic mud pools, incredible to see natural mud boiling, but boy did the sulphur smell! I am going to let the pictures speak for themselves this time. I am having a fantastic time, meeting lots of people and enjoying seeing the gorgeous sights and countryside of this beautiful ...
... a part of the fellowship as we battled up the hillside through the dense forests and thick mud. The 360 views that welcomed us at the summit were worth it. Our applications for a role in the fellowship may have been a bit hasty on the way down mind, as we somehow got lost in what was essentially a game of “follow the blue arrows”. Still, when we reached the sanctuary of the car park some three hours later we were still in awe of what had ...