Alpine Lake Motor Lodge
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... hikers fell from Korean couples wearing matching windbreakers to cheery young "kiwi adventure" groups. Regardless of the scale and scope of origins and physical fitness, I can assuredly say the crossing was a once and lifetime experience for all. Myself very much included. Day II in Taupo included a pleasant bike ride to Six Mile Bay followed by an adrenaline filled jet boating experience. Jet boating is a unique kiwi activity and it ...
... all the way whereas Sophie couldn't even find her voice (for once in her life I know Mum). The parachutes came into action at 5000 feet and we glided down towards ground. We even attempted to steer the parachute ourselves but they were too heavy to turn so both got a little help from our buddies behind us. Once on solid ground the adrenaline kept pumping for a while and we got the limo back to the hostel where we were going on a boat party on Lake Taupo ...
... and local business owners and were great craic. After Lauren's wedding we headed home and planned an early wake up to leave Rainbow Lodge and take the Cushes up on their very generous offer. 18th Dec We somehow managed to get out of Rainbow Lodge before 10, crippling hangover. We explored the town for a bit and got some grub. Got welcomed into the Cushes beautiful house. This ain't no hostel! Trackies on, tv on, it's been a long while since we just sat down and did ...
... 163;20 I allowed myself to be thrown down a hill in a massive inflatable ball filled with water. Great fun! A nap at the hostel preceded the evening's entertainment; a trip to Tamaki village, a recreated Maori settlement. With my views of the commercialisation of traditional culture hazy (and being a typical prudent accountant and worrying about funds) I wasn't sure if I would go. I'm so glad I did. We were treated to 90 mins of traditional Maori activities including ...
... a sheep property where the grass is beautifully green and looks as if it has been mown. The birds will remain until the chicks can fly approx six months hence. Both male and female search for food, whilst the partner sits on the egg. There is a constant babble of sound as the birds carrying seaweed or grass, are welcomed back to their mate after foraging for food. A great learning experience and great ...