Absolute Lake View Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... But to make up for it I order a black currant margarita that was pretty good. The service in both places was actually pretty terrible, but we still had a good time! Which brings us to now... We are both going to be super tired tomorrow. Not even our earphones will drown out the band! Hopefully it will finish up soon so we can get some Zzzzs! Tomorrow we have an action packed day- bungy jumping, sky diving and cliff hanging! Taupo- you are ...
... and cups of tea, we bundled ourselves into thermals plus two or three other layers and set out for the mountain. The Tongariro crossing is a linear walk from Mangatepopo inbetween Mt Tongariro and Mt Ngauruhoe across active volcanic country and finishing in Ketetahi. We parked our car at the end of the trail and caught a bus to the start. The conditions at the start of the train were fairly tame - just a bit misty, however we had been warned that wind speeds at the summit were in ...
... up behind me with lights and siren blaring. He was actually really nice. His radar told him I'd been doing the limit of 100kph as I came round the bend but went to 120 on the straight. A friendly warning and we were on our way with a frowning Hazel. We entered Taupo without further incident and found our hotel, the Reef Resort, this time a Studio Suite overlooking the lake - with a jacuzzi!! We changed and headed out to a restaurant recommended by ...
... stop - to look at boiling mud that plops and spits like burned porridge - before we leave the area. As we resume the drive south to Taupo I wonder if another event will ever wipe the slate clean again.It's hard to imagine the Waimangu Valley and all it contains going the same way as the Pink and White Terraces, but it has happened before. Peak hour in Taupo greets us as we roll into town and find a hotel fronting the Great ...
... It was really very kind of her to invite us to dinner. Our first home cooked meal (other than the few rough and ready ones we have cooked in our motel rooms) since the end of January. It was delicious and included peaches from their tree. We met Barbara's husband as he had not been on the tramp. He is English and had come to New Zealand 49 years ago for a year but stayed instead. They were really charming hosts and we had a very enjoyable ...