Accent on Taupo Motor Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... For once I was the brave one and waded out to where he was to see loads of huge stingrays swimming around my legs! They were so much bigger than I'd imagined they would be! After some encouragement, Chelsea joined us for about five minutes before she got a bit scared and returned to the safety of the sand. After about six of them surrounded me I soon exited the water to avoid succumbing to the same fate as Steve Irwin. It was pretty cool though. We continued our walk ...
... and is big enough to fit the island of Singapore in it! Scientists state that the lake was the scene of one of the world's largest known volcanic explosions around 186AD!
We arrived into Taupo with pelting down rain and we knew the skydive was not going to happen today. Luckily, we had two nights booked in Taupo but we really wanted to do the skydive today so that we wouldn't overthink doing a skydive (by we I mean Colm!) However, we still made a pit stop ...
... 1514; עולות לאויר ונוחת 93;ת. בסוף הסעה שלנו הגיע ושוב הינו היחיד 97;ם בה, הנהג החזיר אותנו ...
... the night in a hostel, and then Monday morning I'm crossing the Cook Straight and finally setting foot on the South Island!!! YAAYY!! I can't wait!! I'm heading to the blueberry farm, which I'm not sure if there will still be any blueberries to pick, but we'll see! Fortunately I'm spending two weeks at this next spot, so it will be nice to slow down again.
Oh and enjoy the pictures from the last entry, Cathedral Cove, Hot Water Beach, etc. :)
TO THE SOUTH ISLAND!!!! ...
... had worked it out that in the 5 days and with the mileage limitations we could go to the places we wanted to and in the timescale too which was perfect for us.
As we were leaving Apollo, we were stopped by an Israeli family who had just finished their holiday returned their van, They had loads of food and cleaning things they had left over so kindly donated it to us which we very gratefully accepted. There were things like sugar, oil, crisps, honey, salt, pepper etc. ...