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... I found myself giggling like a little girl the whole time! Nicole didn't fancy it, so I had a second go! As I was then wet I had a cold wait outside for my ride back to the top of the hill. I enjoyed it just as much the second time round. Although the actual ride only lasted a minute or so, I'd definitely recommend giving it a go.
We headed back to town where we both a good GF pizza for lunch. Once our food settled we enjoyed the hot pools again before heading ...
We received the terrible news about Kathy Gibbs losing the baby and contracting septemicea this morning. I helped John to clean out his unit and he , Bobby and Brian left for Auckland and raced home.. Dennis and Katherine also went home. We are very worried about her. Tom and Shannon had Lincoln ...
... the best kept secret. It was amazing. The sun beating down and the heat rising from the geothermal underground heat. Translated it means the place of adorning. 20 millions litres of hot water flow over silica terraces every day. We were taken over Lake Ohakuri by boat and then a self guided walk passing gushing geysers, panoramic views and through beautiful native bush and finally to only one of two ...
... or things they are holding.
The Maori women are taught weaving. They use leaves from the flax plant and dies made from mud or plants. All the traditional patterns have a meaning and the weavers make everything from baskets to clothing and floor and wall mats.
We visited the town of Rotorua . It was bank holiday Monday so lots of things were closed but we had a nice late lunch in ...
... haka! Now our day was complete... or was it?
Hobbiton was calling. I have already written a blog about our first trip to Hobbiton, so I will just post some of my favorite photos from trip two. Sharing such a magical place with some of the biggest Hobbit fans I know was priceless. The joy on my friends faces could power a small city for days. We only had one day left before everyone flew to Australia. But man we were packing in the adventure!