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Another adventurous day lay ahead and that required us to get up pretty early, pack all our stuff in the car, check out and hit the road.
We wanted to be at the base of Mt Ruapehu before 10 and it was nearly an two hour drive.
Leaving Lake Taupo this early of course meant that there was no chance to do a bungy jump today either. I started to regret not doing it the first time, just because I wanted to check the vouchers.
Anyway, there was ...
... and pure white. After winding our way through the cave we came to the underground river where the boats were waiting. We could not all fit in one boat, so we had to wait 20 minutes in the dark with a few glow worms to keep us orientated. Our guide then returned with another guide to fit us all in and take us through the cave. It was magical and really quite serene. it was 5.30 when we re-appeared and made our way to Marokopa, where we were told was a campsite ...
This past week has been a very interesting one for us. We've both learned new skills on the farm, got to help plant trees with a local planting group, and got to go tramping in the Tararua Ranges.
Our duties on the farm included learning to drive a ride-on mower, and how to prune apple trees. Luckily the mower was easy to pick up, and is very useful. We spent several days dragging a trailer behind it to carry buckets of dirt ...
Drove up the coast in search of better weather.....which we did actually manage to find today, for a while anyway! We stayed in a free DOC campsite just outside a town called Levin last night. As it's Easter Sunday today and we had been off chocolate for a whole 4 days we had some Easter egg with our breakfast. They have a Cadbury factory here in New Zealand, in Dunedin, so it actually tastes exactly the same as the Cadbury chocolate at ...
We had a very slow start this morning - it was only 25ks to the ferry and we didn't need to be there until 1pm. We started off from the campsite and saw a sign fur whites bay we decided to go and have a look and found a lovely beach with a car park where you could take a very short walk to the next cove called monkey bay. This was a small Ricky cove with a cave at the back ...