Boulevard Waters Motor Lodge
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Room service
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... though, the cove was beautiful!! Although a lot smaller than I thought. There’s the iconic shot of the rock through the cave and not much else, there’s beaches on either end that are nice, but that’s about it. One of my favorites parts was the hike down and thinking about all the people I know that have made that same hike! Everyone goes to Cathedral Cove, so it was fun to think about all the friends I know that have been to NZ and walked that same ...
... room which was a much needed reward. The next morning all the girls except for us and Sarah were getting on the bus to continue on to River Valley whilst we stayed in Taupo an extra night. It was sad to say goodbye to them but they were on a much shorter time limit than us. For our last day in Taupo we walked down to the lake and sunbathed watching people hitting/trying to hit golf balls onto a pontoon in the middle of the lake. In the afternoon we managed ...
... good live music which accompanied the many jager bombs and shots that came our way. We met a group of guys who were actually sky diving instructors. Now one thing I forgot to mention is that when we booked this trip to New Zealand, we booked it through trusty ol STA Travel, if you spent over s much money on a New Zealand trip, you get a free adrenaline trip, ours being a sky dive!! Which I have always wanted to do, ...
The plan for Taupo was to do the Tongariro transalpine walk, a 20km walk across 3 volcanoes including Mount Doom. Unfortunately the weather's not with us and we need to change it up. Instead we head to Waitomo to do some caving and see the glow ...
... up above helped to keep the caves healthy and also the process of stalactite and stalagmite formation (only 1 cubic cm every 100 years!) There is water dripping from the stalactites all the time and it is said to be good luck if they drip on your head, I got one in the eye and two on my head. The acoustics in there were fantastic and the guide sang to us a traditional Maori song which was sad as a local Maori ...