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Headed to Rotorua today, for some relaxation and thermal activity.
First stop a decent campsite with good internet, the chiefs are playing in semi final of European rugby against Gloucester.
After we checked in and lunch, we headed to Wai-o-Tapu, a colourful volcanic area. We hoped to see some beautiful colours created ...
... defined with Larch fence posts brought from England. After the deep blanket of ash settled, it was the tops of the fence posts that allowed people to find landmarks. Years later, those fence posts sprouted and grew into enormous trees of over 40m high, only cut down in recent years. The stumps of those trees were one of my favorite sites, as out of the sides of many of them, new sapling trees are rising again. ...
... was in awe as the whole of the boat ride it was silent. Also, before we had walked into this cave we were given the helmets which head lamps on which didn't really help with my fear but I was able to stay calm and get through it. I don't often say this but I was actually quite proud of myself for pushing through and doing something like that as I would never normally do anything like it. We grabbed some lunch before hitting the ...
... bit, we were feeling pretty nervous and not really sure what to expect and thinking Kelly would of been able to give us a bit of encouragement, turn out she was just as scared as us! haha! But the one thing traveling has taught us, try everything. So off we went and met up with our tour group for the day. Was about ten of us in the group accompanied by two very good tour guys, one being from Wales! After getting geared up in wet suits and given our rubber rings, we made our wave ...
... including royalty! The electric wires that passed through the baths made one wonder why people survived the treatment! They were also used in the treatment of wounded soldiers. The Maori exhibition was just fantastic and the first world war exhibition was brilliantly done. We moved on to Lake Okareka DOC Campsite which was our most social up to date! We met some delightful Kiwis, one couple started an orphanage in China, (he is ...
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