Twin Peaks Lakeside Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the WOF (Warrant of Fitness) for the vehicle at the same time and if we were unable to renew it, we basically wouldn't be able to sell it or drive it past the current WOF expiry date. He said "Come this way and I'll explain your problem". To make a long story short, all we had to do in the end was replace one tire for $100 and we were on our way with a new WOF! Success!!! Now we could celebrate! And now we were free to go wherever whenever!! We spent the following few weeks ...
... we got and we later re-read the sheet which states that it shouldn't be climbed if the vision isn't clear (which it wasn't) or if it is really windy (and it was pretty windy). Someone must of been watching over us that day! So when we finally got to the bottom and found the sign post again, we went the right way this time to get over the crossing. This took us another 4hrs and over another 12km! There was another steep ascent up to the red crater ridge (which is where I ...
... it is hot hot hot !!
Lake Taupo is the largest lake in New Zealand by surface area but in volume Te Anau is the biggest. It is very big so big it looks like a sea bay and it has a snow covered mountain in the distance. Taupo is a big holiday town and it has a lot of water sports and sailing going on. It's on a par with Queenstown without the mountains all around, but more families come here.
Well we got to our motel early, at about 11:30 ...
... up in the free carpark (how many natural attractions in England can you visit without having to at least pay for parking?) and got out of the car to be greeted by the sound that only a powerful waterfall can make. We walked over to a bridge, which spanned over some white water rapids and looked down to the actual waterfall. Apparently enough water passes through these rapids to fill 50 Olympic swimming pools every minute, or something like that - whatever the number ...
... died that morning and he was singing it for him.
Next we went down to another platform, I got really excited as there were some glow worms at face height. The guide told us to look under the ridge and the whole cave was lit up with little glowing bums! There were hundreds/thousands of them producing a soft mint green coloured light. Really beautiful. The guide then switched on a small light to the ...