Executive on Fenton
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shirts with Gavin Chatfield (brother of Ewan) as he had a pretty spiffy shirt and I didn't want to come home with three of our polos. As it is Bob's birthday he is presented with a birthday cake, several kisses and hugs (from the WAGs) before he ends up with the kiwi hat for his outstanding non-fielding effort. Bob has been worried about getting the hat every day so far on tour and my passing-the-hat speech has built him up to ...
... an array of geothermal vegetation. (Since entering this area of New Zealand you can see steam rising from vents due to being in a volcanic zone.) In the afternoon we went Zorbing! What is Zorbing you ask? Well it is when you roll down a BIG hill inside a inflatable ball! Crazy fun! The girls wanted to go again! What more can I say? Enjoy the ...
... just as quickly. This was pretty cool. Next, we went to Huka Falls. Although it is only about 9m high, the amount of water that powers through a narrow channel and then over the edge makes them very impressive. For lunch, we went to a drive-thru botanical gardens. I thought the drive-thru ATM in the USA was bad but this is surely taking drive-thru to the next level! Nice lunch spot though.
When we finally made it into Taupo, it was very ...
Hello. We are now in our last day in rotorua ! Outside of Auckland is much nicer and almost English looking but with more hills. We stopped at a gloworm cave which was very cool, although we were not allowed to take pictures. It was pretty dark and we got to go on a boat journey around the cave! From here we travelled to our hostel in rotorua which is very nice and clean. This is a major luxury for a hostel. Rotorua is super volcanic and smell very eggy due to the sulfur and harriets ...
... four of us, whether or not that would be a good thing was as of yet unknown. We hit the water soon as, and after a brief safety talk and demo, we were off! Give three beginners paddles, put them in a raft and send them down the rapids. .. It was awesome! Of course less than twenty minutes into our trip, we hadn’t anticipated meeting the big 7 metre fall quite so soon. As we cruised aboard “last chance rock” Hannah took a ...