Boulevard Waters Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... things were to help educate the children and bring the world into their classroom. Most importantly though, we were there to give them our left over hangi meal, which would have fed all of them twice over! I met two really cute girls who showed me their playground and the area where new school buildings were going to be put up. I think local community projects such as these are great and the kids were very intelligent and interested in us. Lake Taupo Skydive This was all well ...
... has talked about how he went fishing on Cherry Island with his dad. He couldn't quite remember where it was or how to get there but was determined to take me. He asked one of the tour guides at Huka Falls who gave us the directions but also told Matty it was closed quite a few years ago to the public. A Singaporean bought the island in the hope of building a luxury holiday resort on it. He wanted to do helicopter tours and for guests to arrive via helicopter. ...
... it, we were back at the car and supposed to carry on as normal!
I pulled into a viewing spot nearby where we kissed the earth and whooped about how amazing it was and what we all felt. It was hard to carry on as normal, we kept reliving the memories but suffice to say we all slept well that night!!
The next day was a very long drive so we had a big breakfast by the lake and moved on to our next plans. By lunch time we reached Tongarrio National Park, ...
... for a couple of hours. The mountains are far off to the east. There was very little traffic; last night we were in the rush hour. Everyone sits on 100 kph so we move along. At the tiny town of Foxton we stopped for a coffee where they had a full size, huge, copy of a Dutch windmill. Bizarre. We tried the radio channels: news, chat, sport, god-bothering or Maori, but with limited sustained interest, 'cos we're foreign. During the day we pass half a dozen, at least, lurking ...
But we forgot to buy a larger water bottle and literally couldn't find a grocery store in time to buy more. So, we only had about a liter each for the trek, which isn't enough. And we didn't get up very early. We made it up to the first hut in a little more than 2 hours, which was plenty hard to do. We hiked through a forest and up past steaming volcano vents in a very active volcano area. There was ...