The Cottage Mews Motel Taupo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Cottage Mews Motel Taupo
Great hosts very helpful. Our room is very comfortable. Our room has a lovely view of the lake .
Free laundry facilities.
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A pleasant drive to Taupo. This is a very picturesque town situated on the beautiful Lake Taupo.
Today is a beautiful day, warm with clear blue skies and a gentle breeze. The view of the lake from the road was lovely, calm with multiple sailing craft on the lake, with snow covered mountains as a backdrop.
... do the north island and over a 6 week holiday at some point we will come back and spend time doing the South Island. We set off about 11am to Rotarua (I am probably spelling all these place names wrong) what's the first thing you notice about Rotarua?? You notice nothing first, you smell the place. Think of the worst eggy **** you've ever smelt. Some parts smell so much worse than that. We had a quick drive around and then decided to pull up for the night, have ...
... We played the standard ring of fire, and a few other games, until we were all quite drunk, and then we headed to the bar next door. Cassie and I were dancing pretty much all night, with Lisa the bus driver, and the boys played lots of pool. We had a couple of drinks out, but didn't spend much luckily. I reckon it was gone 3 by the time we all went to bed, it was a fun night!!! We've met some really cool and fun ...
After Will signed our lives away on the sky dive sheet the day before, we nervously arrived in Taupo with an hour to spare before our limo pick up from Skydive Taupo. We were met by a jolly Irish lad who gave us a run down of what was gonna happen in the next few hours...eek! The two of us and our friends Alison and Toby, who we are travelling around NZ with, had decided to jump from 12000ft until we were persuaded by one of the divers to go the full ...
... is seriously beyond HUGE (the size of Singapore...say what?!) and was actually once upon a time itself a volcano which erupted and created a ginormous volcanic crater which is now today, Lake Taupo... Ta-dah! As easy as that. This volcanic eruption occurring in 186AD is reportedly still the largest eruption even to this day, belching out at least ten times more destructive mess (rock, debris, ash) than that produced by Mount St Helens and Krakatoa combined. ...