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- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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... normally 100m wide gets squeezed to 20m and rushes down a 20m drop at a rate of 220,000 litres per second (the same volume as 5 Olympic swimming pools). Our last stop of the day was the geothermal site named "Craters of the Moon" a steamy walkway around craters and pools of bubbling mud which has only been performing since the 1950s. This whole area is big for its geothermal sight seeing and this will no doubt be the first of several as we head north towards ...
... ferry to the small island of Wahiki. We spent the day cycling up and down (and then back up and back down) Wahiki's many many hills. While this day experience was enjoyable, it has made me realise that I do not belong on a bike. I feel like I'm really starting to find myself on this trip (see mum I'm learning so much)!
From Auckland we took a 4 and a half hour bus ride to Rotorua: a 'city' which reeks of rotten eggs, nonetheless hosts a ...
... feet the jumpers in front of me got ready. They threw the shutter open and a deafening thunder roared through the plane. The wind was rushing in creating such a racket. The instructor stepped out and without even thinking started hanging out of the plane. It was quite a sight. While he hung there the three trainee skydives just ran and jumped out. It was so impressive. Before I knew it the door was closed and people I was just next to were hurtling towards the earth at ...
... quite a few few people on the beaches/shore. It seems a popular destination for NZ holidaymakers and some of the holiday homes on the front were really nice. Lots of people just chilling out on the balconies with their wine, or else going for a brief paddle in the lake. Looks good to me. Lots of water sports too, including paddle boarding. Sat on the shore and waited for the sun to go down, deciding I could definitely spend my holidays here if i lived in NZ ...
Picking up the campervan in Auckland and discovering our worries were justified and it was a manual threw a small curveball at us, but Greg stepped up and we were off. He did a few loops through South Auckland, re-teaching himself to drive, and we hit the road. We decided to skip Rotorua in the interest of taking the first day driving slow and headed straight for Taupo. ...