Aparima Motor Lodge
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... had a very nice vego pasta and Bison who had a very nice, albeit for him, a very small portion of crab ravioli. So small, Bison felt honour bound to advise the establishment of the error of their ways, and order another duck pizza to help assuage his hunger pangs!! We also ordered the apple crumble pizza which was delicious. However, the seafood pizza is not to be recommended!! We then adjourned to the penthouse suite, for strawbs, cherries, chocolate, pinot gris and ...
... The valley feeds down to Lake Rotomahana which appears to be a favourite breeding site for black swans. It took two hours of leisurely strolling downhill to reach the lake where, thankfully, a bus was provided to return us to the car park. A short drive took us to our overnight stop at Waikite Thermal Pools campground. No sooner had we set up when a big black cloud decided to treat us to thunder , lightning and ...
... things to do in the area your in, whilst playing easy listening music. It initially seemed very helpful. After a few weeks the appeal is waining with the constant advertising and the songs are looping. Anyway, today it broke. Not sure why, but we couldn't fix it so Kirsty acting as DJ put the old school radio on. We were still in Taupo so had a choice of stations. The first two or three that Kirsty found had the news on, it was just past the hour, so she kept searching.
... and Charlie walked in the rain to the end of the track and Sheryl and I stayed in the centre and watched a very interesting documentary about the history of the glacier. A highlight was when we were waiting for the bus to return a rather large porcupine (about the size of a medium dog) entered the car park, walked around for a bit then stood up on his hind legs gave a big shake and disappeared into the bush, it was almost as though this was his job to thrill the ...
Rotorua is famous for its volcanic activity. There are many sites with geysers and other thermal activity. Firstly we visit a site called Te Puia which is home to the Pohutu Geyser which erupts once or twice an hour.
Then we move on to the Waimangu Volcanic Valley. Here we walk for a couple of hours downhill through a valley which has numerous hot pools and thermal activity. It is a lovely walk ...
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