New Zealand, Day 9: Taupo

Day nine: On our way to Taupo, we quickly stopped at the Haka Falls – an enormous and beautiful waterfall with light blue water. To help you imagine how big it is: 200,000 litres of water flow over the edge of the waterfall every nine seconds. The waterfall itself is not large in height, but wide, and the water seems angry. 

After that, we all got back on the bus and made our way to Taupo. Taupo is known for its huge lake – it is so big that the country of Singapore could fit into it. It is kind of pretty too.

The rest of the day, we all just relaxed to save our strength for the next day – the day of the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. 

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