The Cottage Mews Motel Taupo
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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.
... it came out! Really random, but a lot of fun to watch. The tour took us into two caves. The first involved wearing hard hats, and going for a boat ride on an underwater stream, where above you were the glow worms. We were given time for our eyes to adjust, and the sight was breath taking. It's difficult to put into words, but it was like viewing the Milky Way, on the clearest night. It was beautiful. Thousands of little glow worms emitting soft blue light. Genuinely ...
... football scores. Leeds had drawn 1-1 with Birmingham. For the next few hours I waited around and chatted to an American guy from our bus called Scott, before a hostel announcement confirmed that we’d be picked up by the sky diving company in five minutes. For whatever reason I didn’t feel even slightly apprehensive at this point, though the same couldn’t be said for others in our group, which included Fran and Jeremy. They were temporarily distracted by the fact ...
Fit Chris had done between 8,000 and 9,000 jumps in his career as a full time skydiver. In peak season he will do as many as 10 jumps a day. I was in safe hands.
A few safety checks later and we were up, up and away.
It took 20 minutes to reach 15,000ft. To my surprise I didn't feel nervous at all - but that may have had something to do with the fact that I was sat with my back to Fit Chris, in between his legs, as he linked together our ...
Early breakfast at 6:30am (fresh fruit salad and banana on toast), said goodbye to Kendal and Carly before we boarded the bus at 7:15am. Stopped off at Bull where we had a breakfast burger from Maccas and got to go around and find all the 'bull pun' signs. We drove through the volcanic landscapes along the Desert Road and past World Heritage Listed Tongariro National Park. At 1:45pm we got dropped off in the Main Street of Lake Taupo where we went and had ...