Baywater Lakeview Motel
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... were with us for the majority of our time in the cave and after some more scrambling, a spot of swimming in freezing cold water and plenty of tight space torments we were back above ground. Fortunately the sun was still out so we could just enjoy the last of the day and warm up pretty quickly! When back in Waitomo we ate out at the general store in the town before staying the night on the car park of the adventure company with whom we had been caving - apparently it would ...
... etc. It's really an amazing set-up. First, we made our way to Waitomo Caves which is home to millions of glowworms. Glow worms are only found in Australia and NZ. They are the larval forms of a special insect that lives for about 9 months stuck to a cave ceiling and building little "lines" that act much like a web. Their light attracts other insects which come into the cave with the river that flows through. They see light, go towards ...
... due to all the rain and snow melt, the noise and the power of the water was fierce. Back to base after a few more spins and almost hitting a black swan and we then returned to our prawn fishing with no luck until we were just about to leave when Ed caught one. We took them to the restaurant just before it closed and ordered some extra food. Our prawns came on a separate plate (3 as someone had caught one and not wanted it) nd the waitress did comment on ...
... tomorrow some were leaving for River Valley whilst some of us were staying in Taupo for a couple more nights. A meal in an Irish Pub soon turned into the whole of our Kiwi Bus tearing up the dance floor in the local bar called 'Element'. The music was awesome and they served drinks in jars and tea pots! Such a good night and great way to finish off a long hard day! We came back to the hostel to find some dude in our dorm who had dreads and a banjo. Only when ...
... at 1,500ft! Thankfully no one was hurt and they had good emergency procedures. Thankfully, we read this after doing the skydive!!
We had the afternoon free and as it was dry weather, we decided to walk into town and go to the tourist isite to find out how far it was to a museum all about volcanos. We found out it was quite far but we had the option of getting a bus up there and walking back as time was not on our side. We decided against this as our whole ...