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For those of you who followed us through Hoku Lodge in Taipo, our next stop is Black Water Gloworm Caves in Waitmo, New Zealand. Waitomo is a Maori word made up of two parts. ‘Wai’ which translates as water and ‘tomo’ which means entrance or hole. Waitomo can be translated as the ‘stream which flows into the hole in the ground’. This meaning is reflected through its fantastic geological history and landscape, however it also has a rich tourism and  ...

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