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Amazing place when you've not experienced a double room with a telly since 27th December. Great king-size beds, basic TV channels but they have a lounge with Sky. Got to watch the Man Utd game in the morning. Huge kitchen, everything you need, nice balcony to eat over looking the lake. Countdown and Pack N Save round the corner. Strange though, this place was dead when we stopped there. Only 5 or 6 other guest, great for us, we had free run of the place, not so good if you want a party.
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It was so good to face time Claire and congratulate her for completing the Brighton half marathon. Must admit didn't go to sleep till I saw Carolyn's post on facebook that they had completed the course. Excellent achievement. Heard all the news from her and the boys. So hard when Fraser said I am missing you nanny and Grandad. We are missing them and everyone as well. Really hard but we are having a great ...
... Jenni & I walked down to the lake with a bottle of wine stashed in our backpack and sat on the grass bank as we watched the most incredible sunset over the lake with the snow capped mountains in the distant, the colours of the sunset and the mountains were indescribable and so dynamic. As the sun set behind the mountains ahead of us, the full moon rose behind us. It was a moment I will remember forever :)
The sun had gone down when a little rodent scuttled across the path ...
... to Wai O Tapu.
Wai O Tapu is another thermal park which has some nice looking attractions and quite colourful.
We continued on from Wai O Tapu down towards middle earth to Taupo.
Taupo is a great town and there is plenty to do there. There is a small area on the north of the town, along Waikato River, called Reids Farm which allows free camping. Here we set up base for a few nights. We went for a walk along the Waikato river up ...
Today we made our way to Taupo. On our way through Rotorua we visited the geothermal park where we saw the geysers and hot mud pools. It was really impressive and kind of felt like we were in the dinosaur age. We were shown the carving school where only men are allowed to study/practise and the weaving school. They run these school to keep Maori traditions alive ...