The Cove Taupo
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... So there we were, we had done the easy walk, then the first 'hard' ascent walk and then we saw a sign...telling all the different routes you can take. I hold my hands up and I have told Emma never ever to listen to my directional advise again as I accidentally took us up Mount Doom! I got a bit confused with the writing on the stupid leaflet they gave us at the start of the walk! So unknowingly we were about 40minutes into our mountain climb, thinking we were going ...
... heard our accents, it was only a matter of time before we made new friends and got heaps of more advice on where to go, where to eat, etc.
We're having a blast and are making our way next to Napier, the Art Deco capital of New Zealand. In 1931, an earthquake destroyed the city and they rebuilt in the most popular style of the time, Art Deco. And it's on a beach, so that gives it extra points.
... once the skies grew dark, was the perfect ending to an incredible, albeit challenging, day... we had earned those extra calories!
Barely being able to get out of bed (OUCH), we all managed to stagger to the coach the next morning to head off to our penultimate destination... River Valley! Now River Valley isn't exactly an actual town or official location within New Zealand... but is rather known as the 'River Valley' lodge... and is pretty ...
... as it better reflects her activities and ambitions. On the way, We stopped at a cafe to get a coffee. I decided to get a flat white coffee and thought that a large one would be appropriate. It was large. Annie was amused and decided that the incident was put into the blog with a photo. I, of course, complied. We arrived at our friends new house in Havelock North and we were so impressed with their new home and everyone has made us very welcome. ...
... After we had chatted for a while (not a clue how long) we went to meet up with Rachel and the girls before ordering a pizza and popping up to the campsite to pick Nicky up, who had been patiently waiting in the sunshine for us. We then all sat together by the lake and had food and wine in the sun. The girls played in the water and made sandcastles, and Max was being their dad, which for some reason was weird for me for just a moment. It all seemed to steadily ...