Tussock Grove Boutique Hotel
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... though when I was walking, my battered knee did not feel good, at all.
It was now time for the part I had been positively dreading. Figuring out how to get to the bottom of Mount Doom from the summit. Mattijs with his walking poles and the French managed to reach our starting point with relative ease by the looks of it, sprinting down like loonies using a method that appeared to involve more skiing than running. I on the other hand, already injured and more wary than ...
... reached the carpark. We were feeling a little worse for wear, but proud of ourselves for completing our first major hike in six hours. The views and experience were well worth the aches and pains we were feeling then.
I can see why people speak so highly of the Tongariro Crossing – if you have a reasonable degree of fitness and the appropriate gear, it’s well worth doing and one of the most amazing experiences imaginable. ...
... road by the ski field was some really nice views back down the valley, but the sun was already setting and there was still too much cloud around for them to be spectacular so it was back in the camper and setting off in the general direction of Wellington. That is where we are now, somewhere on Highway 1 about an hours drive South of Tongariro National Park in a layby we aren’t even sure we can camp in. It was pitch ...
Der gestrige Tag war sehr anstrengend. Nachdem uns das Info-Center versuchte Angst zu machen, dass man im Winter doch einen Führer für die Wanderung durch den Tongariro National Park braucht. Aber wir ließen uns nicht abhalten und mieteten uns für einen kleinen Obolus die Eisausrüstung, die wir brauchten. Mit Eispickel und Schneeschuhen bewaffnet fuhren wir an den Startpunkt des Nationalparks. Um 8:15 wanderten ...
... no clue what to do. We tried to contact their boss but attempt failed. Finally she provided a suite rooms instead of backpackers but the happiness did not remain for long. Boss came over and charged us extra for using the suite.
It was very quite place with less number of restaurants and bars. we had our dinner in a lavish restaurant and customized our food for our veggie lovers. Moreover we taught "tamil" to a KIWI to say "get out" to Suresh.