Twin Peaks Lakeside Inn
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... Here I was advised to do the Black water rafting! This is basically canyoning In the dark while riding a large inner tube, with abseiling and Glowworms thrown in. A very exciting experience and the first time I've seen Glowworms. A must do. Hobbiton was the thing to see the following day... And I wasn't to shore what to expect. For those that don't know this is where the hobbit and Lord of the rings was filmed better known as The Shire. And I have to be honest it's ...
... to carve, there was also the weaving school, where the women (and men) can weave baskets and traditional clothing. Unfortunately, as the park was about to close, there was only one person still carving and weaving.
We had a short break to check out the gift store before the dinner portion started. I wasn't going to buy anything, but ended up getting a Rotorua mud mask formula and also a muscle ointment. The face mask ...
... along - so cool! The views on both sides of the river were unreal !! We all played some volleyball, some bowls, and some of the lads played some chess which was cool. Then at night time, we sat in the main lobby bit with everybody, playing some games, and socialising, which was fun! Then just before bed, we all played some blackjack and then stuck on a film before going to sleep. It was a fun evening and I had a good time socialising with some girls from our ...
This morning Ryan and I debated getting up at 5am to check out the Redwood forest. I'd always wanted to see Redwood trees as they are absolutely massive. Luckily we didn't bother as it was actually a first stop on the bus. After a short walk around we hopped back on the bus and drove to our next destination, Taupo. Before arriving we quickly visited a waterfall. It was big but the water was turquoise blue and apparently was enough water flow to fill 2 Olympic swimming pools every ...
... from our coach did decide to go for it and fortunately for them, they did make it up to the top AND made the last coach... Incredible job guys! For once... I actually turned down a challenge. I had rejoined Flo at the base of Mount Doom and we both pushed on together, deciding we would rather enjoy the crossing at a slower pace, really taking in the spectacular views surrounding us. You can see why Mount Doom and the National Park were chosen by Peter ...