Trinity Wharf Tauranga
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yes, it was great
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... years party on the beach sounds like a winner). Although it is the equivalent of an English November it's actually very mild (in the north island). We're just starting to feel a chill in the air with winter fully kicking off - and with that comes the ski season. I for one am very excited!
We're having an absolutely great time, not missing you at all (haha jokes).
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... and formed the caldera (circular depression) that is now filled with water to make Lake Rotorua. ****, I’m rambling about science again. GEOLOGY! Sorry. But isn’t it neat though!?
It’s crazy to think about what is happening, full-on boiling magmatic chaos, just a few kilometers below the street I walked on this morning to get my coffee - a street so hot that it actually lets off steam on a humid day. The thousands of hot thermal ...
... from what God is doing and who He is. -Pray for us as we prepare for outreach. Outreach: I will be leading outreach, as a staff member with three other staff, to Thailand and Cambodia! This is a surprise to me. I am excited. Please pray for us. The other outreach teams include: Fiji, South Island of NZ, North Island of NZ, and Asia flex (an asian country, but still unsure). I love you all, thank you for your support and love! Blessings, ...
... sandcastles, collect rocks etc.It became much less relaxing and in fact the sand was weird too. It was super fine and black and stuck to every inch of your skin, total pain to get off to be honest!
Onwards, we went to Mt Maunganui to grab some lunch and sat by the waterfront eating those 'precooked sausages' with avocado. What we hadn't realised was that the sausages were meant to be cooked before eating and we had all already eaten at least 1! I decided ...
... and erupt, tossing their clothes some distance.
It was quite a sight to see!
We then toured around the rest of the sites on the Track, including the Champagne Pools and the Devil's Bathtub. It's all rather surreal, and some of the colours are quite magnificent. We're glad we risked getting soaked to explore it all!
Afterwards, we decided to go to the Waikite Valley Thermal Pools. These are a bit less ...