Anchorage Resort Motel
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- Microwave in room
- Babysitting service
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Taupo
With just a couple of weeks left in Australia, it was time to leave our island paradise. However, there was still plenty to do before we said farewell to the land down under. Our remaining time would include trips to the Gold Coast, Frazer Island, whale watching, and a return to Sydney, as well as a rendezvous with Cortney's parents. We picked up Cortney's mom and dad up in Brisbane and headed straight to Hervey Bay. We started off our exploration of this area the next day by joining ...
... nearby hostels along the way before arriving at the airfield for our skydive slot at 11.40. However lots of signing in and the waiting around meant we weren't actually taking our jump until just before 1pm. In the meantime we chatted to a few of the others on our jump; no one else had done it before, though everyone seemed to be going for the video/photo packages from a higher altitude of 15000 feet compared with our choice being the cheapest, basic 12000 feet with no ...
... had opened. Looking back after the jump, I giggled as I had not even given the parachute a thought until I had landed. The parachute float down was spectacular, I could see Mount Doom and Lake Taupo in all their glory. I was literally on top of the world! I had conquered my fears and it was beautiful, spectacular, marvellous! I got to steer and landed with perfection! If you are thinking about doing a skydive - JUST DO IT! You definitely will not regret it. Blue Duck Lodge I had ...
... for 6 dollars .... It was just soooooo good! Dominoes number 8 or 9 (at least) since we started traveling. We ate so much so that we could barely even move, but we had such a good chilled out night. We watched the interview in the room, with goodness knows how many people in our room, but it was a really funny film. Then we watched The strangers, which is another great (but very scary) film. Overall it was a really good night. The people we are with are so cool. A great ...
We left early from the Tongariro National Park to start our long drive to Wellington. For lunch we stopped at a lake on-route and dined on a tuna salad with the usual suspects of lettuce, cucumber, tomato and ACV drizzled with EV olive oil. We got to Wellington about 4:45pm and went straight to a free camp car park. From there we got the bus into the town centre and took the cable car up to ...