Quality Inn Lake Taupo
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... Very gloomy and dramatic, and off the beaten track! We then made our way to Waitomo, to go on the Spellbound tour. Our tour guide was a kiwi called Peter, who was very knowledgeable about the geology of the area. Really nice guy too. Before going in the caves, Peter stopped by a stream, to feed a fresh water eel some meat! They can live up to 75 years, and Peter has been giving food to the same eel for about 15. He coaxed it out by waving some meat in the water, and ...
Headed for the West Coast to travel North to the Coromandel Forest via Te Puke where acres of Kiwi fruits are grown on vines. In 1904, a humble schoolteacher planted the first 'Chinese Gooseberry' seeds in NZ rich soil and the vines and the industry flourished beyond all expectations and is one of the country's major exports. In the last six years they have cultivated a golden kiwi which has a pineapple flavour but all exports go to the Asian market as they prefer the ...
... as the toilet, and to gas or fuel as petrol.
I’ve become accustomed to calling garbage or trash rubbish, and to ask for the bin when I am looking for a garbage can. I’ve made a habit of using the word heaps in place of lots or many. As in, there are heaps of people at the beach, or I’ve got heaps of ideas for my blog. I’ve even caught myself using the phrase I reckon in place of I think, or I suppose, which are not as commonly ...
... up a spot of lunch.
We hadn't actually booked anything for this weekend, so Kim and I also visited the i-site whilst we waited. Jimmy and Alex arrived about 1pm and we hastily made a plan. There was a free campsite along the river near Huka Falls called Reid's Farm, so we decided to give that a go. We weren't quite sure what to expect, but when we arrived, we were ecstatic with what we found. The location was so picturesque, it ...
... weren't open to the public. The geothermal smelt really bad of sulphur and to be honest there wasn't really a lot to look at . There next stop of point was much prettier. The place was called Huka Falls, which was in a place called Waikato. Here, a river runs down the valley between lush green forests. It was beautiful weather, making the water an amazing electric blue colour. We stayed here for about 15 minutes before we made our way into Taupo. ...