The Pillars Retreat

7 Deborah Rise, Taupo, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 7 Deborah Rise, Taupo, is near Buried Village of Te Wairoa, Mt Ruapehu Ski Resort, Taupo Bungy, and Waipahihi Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Taupo

    Volcanoes and Diamonds

    A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... another mountain ridge. Here we got a view of the blue lake and the other side of the valley. It was again pretty windy up there and Kate was keen to get out of the wind. Ed was acting a bit strange and mumbling and Kate said to him "if you are muttering I can't hear you" as she had her hood up to protect against the weather. Ed then stopped to tie his shoelaces and started playing around with the video camera. Little did Kate know (marching on ahead) ...

    Taupo

    A travel blog entry by victoriakd on Mar 28, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... yummy yummy! I cant believe I actually ate it all after all the rich food and drink ive had that weekend! Any whoo was a really nice meal followed by white chocolate and raspberry brownies and drinks! Larvely.

    On Monday everyone was a zombie at work! Not overly productive! That night it was Megs granddad’s funeral so we went to Massy Memorial which looks over Wellington and Meg set off balloons with pictures of her granddad on which was a really nice send ...

    Taupo - cyclone day = duvet day!

    A travel blog entry by lpringle on Mar 15, 2014

    2 photos

    ... meal of fajitas. In the evening we were all shattered and had a 7am start the following day - BUT the hostel were putting on a toga party so we were far too FOMO not to go. We spent a long time trying to dress ourselves in bed sheets and invited everyone to our room for a pre party which was good to meet some people from the bus a day behind us! We came up with songs for everyone in the group and had a hilarious evening out - we've got such a good group ...

    Day 177 skydive Taupo

    A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Mar 11, 2014

    9 photos

    ... down from 15,000 ft. What followed was the most insane minute of my life so far. It's hard to explain or comprehend what it is like. All I can say is that it's fast. So fast. It also isn't the most gracious activity. My face was pulled up and I had dribble everywhere. My whole body was in alert mode. About half way down I chilled a bit and began enjoying it. I was facing and waving at Rob who was in front of me filming. I high fived him and everything. I still can't decide ...

    Canadian Girl in a Kiwi World

    A travel blog entry by tayrae on Feb 11, 2014

    ... is of all is the use of the word ay at the end of sentences or questions. As in, it’s an easy walk to the supermarket, ay? Or, the sun is bright today, ay. Or even, you’ve got a different haircut, ay. Because it is so similar to the Canadian use of eh, it has been easy for me to adopt! I use it all the time.

    3. The Food.
    Most of the food is the same, but some of it is called by a different name than what we call it in Canada. For example, ...