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... have the luxury of lying back completely but he was two in awe at looking at the glow worms which looked like we were looking up at the stars in the sky. This didn't last long and we soon had to do some work again, by walking through the cave until we got to a point where we could see a hole in the ceiling which was the ground. We were sixty five metres underground. We didn't even scuba dive that far down in the ocean! Not going to lie, we both felt a few drops ...
... at the hostel before packing the tent and heading for the Glow Worm Caves. We just did a short tour of the caves which finished with a boat journey through the cave river system lit only by glow worms. It was quite magical and Nadine was very brave given that this is her idea of a nightmare. It was then a short ride to Te Kuiti. We had originally planned to camp at the domain but the host of the previous hostel advised us against it and called another hostel for us, ...
... and being way too loud and excited. Finally we got there and had our first glimpse of The Shire, it looked so quaint and we started to see lots of Hobbit holes. We started our tour but we soon found out our guide was really rubbish and he spoke in monotone about everything. So we decided to just go around taking pictures and ignore her. After countless pictures next to hobbit holes, we walked across the bridge to The Green Dragon and had a cider there. It ...
... dans la grotte par la riviere Waitomo en flottant sur un radeau, avec des bougies pour seul eclairage. Et c'est par bateau que nous y sommes entres egalement. Des millions de lumieres de ver luisant etaient au-dessus de nous, comme des etoiles dans un ciel noir, sauf que ces lumieres couvraient des surfaces en relief, comme un ciel en 3 dimensions. Je ne pouvais pas prendre de photos a l'interieur donc j'ai ajoute des images trouvees sur internet pour vous montrer a quoi ca ressemble.
... American Modernist Garden, Italian Renaissance Garden and Indian Char Bagh Garden.
It is early spring here in NZ and Australia, so we are enjoying an incredible feast of floral colour as we visit one botanical garden after another. Our only disappointment is that we are just a tad too early for roses. Both New Zealand and Australia are justly famous for their rose gardens. ...