Tuscany Villas Whakatane Heritage Boutique Collection
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... qualities as heroin. I wish I had taken a video of our first trip to the squash club - it was like the Blair Witch Project - the squash club is located off a main road out of town, in what appears to be a derelict building, in the middle of nowhere... anyway, once I established that my friend wasn't going to kill me, we had fun playing squash - a game I am thoroughly terrible at. Friday nights are game nights - you are matched up ...
We enjoyed a long walk along the water this afternoon in Whakatane.
Tomorrow we will head to White Island, farther out than Whale Island. White Island is an active volcano which last erupted in 2000.
Our hotel is next door to this carved meeting house similar to the one we saw in Paihia.
... hole in the crust and said one of the volcanologists had stepped on the crust and actually put his foot through which just shows you even a volcanologist can get too cocky. We then went over to the main crater which was astonishing. I'm not going to say much more I'll let the pictures do the talking.
We toured the the rest of the accessible volcano including around the edge of the crater. OMG probably will never get that near to a live volcanic crater again. Awesome. There was ...
the following day - powered solely by the sugar from the wine consumed the previous day (the purest and therefore healthiest form) - we set off hiking around the Te Mata range just outside of Napier. the cobwebs in our heads from the night before were quickly replaced by pollen tumble-weeds in our lungs, but it was worth it for ...
... about 20 but a book told me it was over 700) we reached the top and the lighthouse. The lighthouse is much like any other, but this location is the furthest east we can go. The first place in the world to see the sun rise each day. A popular spot for New Years Eve. A small island sits off shore, which I guess technically sees the sun rise earlier, but it's enough of a challenge driving down here, let alone towing a boat just so you can see the sun ...