Absolute Lake View Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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First stop Auckland.. I landed o'crack sparrow! Around 4am. I met a a Kiwi guy on the plain who very kindly gave me a lift into the city. I spend the first few hours of the morning wondering around the city Having nowhere to stay, Which was all ok and finally managed to find the Kiwi Experience Bus office to figure out what's what and book myself on the bus to leave in a couple of days. As it turned out a place was available on the next bus out at 9am... So that's what I did. ...
... Olympic sized swimming pools (50m).
From the falls, I went back into town and wandered the streets. There were some pretty good deals on souvenirs, so I bought lots of t-shirts for the family. I found some lunch (the town is quite small, similar in feel to Banff on the off-season (but smaller).
Then I hopped on a boat for a trip to the Maori carvings across the lake. They tried to do some salmon fishing too, but we ...
... large volcanoes - making it extremely scenic and of course more interesting. So basically, we had a great walk! After the walk, we were on the bus for another hour or two. We played blackjack for most of that time - a new game (not 21!) taught to us by David, which is actually really good, so we end up playing it quite often. Then we arrived in the green surroundings of River Valley Adventure Lodge. Not gonna lie - it was completely in the middle of nowhere, but ...
Arrived in Taupo today, on the way went to a beautiful falls called Huka falls. Heather made the craziest decision of the holiday and signed herself up for the 15,000ft skydive then spent the next hour of the bus journey panicking looking slightly pale! Had an hour to wait before being picked up by the limo, not as posh as it sounds! Once there we were able to then pick our own music to create our video, we then had to wait a fair while ...
... would certainly get those legs moving! There was also the option of then climbing the summit of Mount Doom, but we had been warned that this is fairly dangerous what with it being a volcano, so the summit climb consists of no real path, just basically look up and start a-scrambling up the loose rock and scree...! Yeah... I'd done this before, but at least then I was fitter AND I had an experienced guide holding my hand. Here there were no guides... This was ...