Prince Motor Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... free to take part in some tribal handicraft activities and also we had a very special meal ahead of us. I chose to weave my own bracelet and to do a cooking class where we learnt how to make super delicious bread. Interestingly the weave pattern in the bracelet was also represented in my tattoo design - another coincidence! While we were all busy doing handicrafts, the men of the tribe were preparing our meal for the evening, which actually was a very easy meal to prepare. (If ...
... a go at steering the parachute - it sure moves fast if you pull one end! And then with last looks at the views and world around me we came in to a very smooth and soft landing.
It's just amazing what these professionals can do! We were the 8th group of the day and the next flight already was prepping right beside us so before I'd even stood up properly they were packing away the chutes and saying goodbye as I staggered over to Edd and Laura for an emotional ...
... the now decorative vineyard. Really pretty, almost Napa like except with mountains out over the valley. This is relaxation. We split a calamari salad and an order of lox and bagel. What a gorgeous place to hang out and have lunch. After lunch we decide to head into town to shop for some lamb to cook for dinner and to try again for Erin's power cord. As we are about to leave, the couple working on the house next to ours strikes up a conversation ...
... out. Fairly busy in the summer, but from April until the skiing starts in July it's a bit dead. Found our digs and met Alina, a German girl who has lived here for six years and is married to Shail, an Indian, who runs and is the chef of the restaurant which they've had since last year. And met their sheepdog who instantly sussed I spoke dog and spent a lot of effort willing me to play ball. Meanly, I went off and wrote some of this. Amanda and Alina talked about Rotorua, ...
... hikers with bloody out-of-this-world views from its summit at almost 4000m, overlooking a crystal-clear, turquoise lake within an old volcanic crater, with another volcano having since risen within the lake. Wherever there's a volcano... a lake is never far away. Or three. The second ascent of the crossing, having passed Mount Doom and now passing Mount Tongariro, is tough but short and over quite quickly... before you know it, you have unbelievable ...