What have you got on the boil, friend? How about an epic roadie straight down the guts, as they say,...
Fitzgerald Glade on the Thermal Explorer Highway, near Rotorua. © Mike Mackinven
Lake Taupō is actually the drowned caldera of a super volcano, whose eruption in the first century AD caused meteorological effects noted by sky-gazers as far afield as Rome and China. Read the story . . .
It really is all about Lake Taupō in this part of the world, where the water’s mood governs the feel of the day: sunny and sparkling, or grey and intense. Read the story . . .
How about an epic roadie straight down the North Island to the land where the languid meandering of the mighty Waikato gives way to the hiss of steam in roistering Rotorua? Read the story . . .