Boulevard Waters Motor Lodge
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
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... a further detour on the way to Rotorua to Matamata, or the actual location for Hobbiton as its better known; we decided though that the cost to enter the set was pretty extortionate to see a couple of doors in the hills! We arrived in Rotorua with the whole day ahead of us because due to our early dart and we pulled up on the shores of Lake Rotorua for breakfast. Whilst snacking away on a bench overlooking the serene surroundings, we did have apprehensions of being pestered ...
... WIND. But we survived. The trail crosses over geothermically active areas. The volcano here had not erupted since 1886, however 1 night in 2012 it decided to do so. Ever since then, they encourage hikers to walk quickly through the area....as if that would help if we were being chased by a lava flow. But anyway.... As I write, we are crossing on a ferry with our beloved campervan from the north to the South Island to continue our ...
... to a Kiwi and about to throw myself out over Lake Taupo from 15,000ft! It was so different this time round. I could actually appreciate the view on the way down! Hands down the best thing I have ever experienced in my life! Worth every penny, and this time round I paid to have it filmed and have photos taken...some very dodgy facials were captured on camera ...
... kind). Apparently their other one was in having a health check, and the one we might have seen was in his burrow. A video screen showed him rummaging about a bit. Call me cynical but I wondered whether it might be the same video next month. Anyway, eventually we moved on and saw some cool geothermal stuff, and lunar like landscape. Irritatingly, the geyser didn't blow before we had ...
... like Taupo. This lake is huge it was formed by a volcano eruption way back and the lake is bigger then Singapore. We went and saw the Maori Carving which were very impressive .
We then headed down to Huka Falls to see the Falls. It was amazing I have never seen such powerful and fast flowing water in my life. It is one of the main sources of hydro power in the North Island.