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Travel Blogs from Rotorua
We hebben Maandag ochtend Gisborne verlaten en zijn naar Napier gereden. Ze adverteren de stad als Art Deco Capital of the World. Het stadje is in 1931 door een aardbeving een volledige puinhoop geworden, maar in plaats van de koppen te laten hangen hebben de bewoners de volledige stad in Art Deco stijl herbouwd. Erg leuk om te zien die …
Ah a fabulous weekend!!!
After celebrating in style that we finished the work in the packhouse we climbed out of bed in a rather grungy state after our late crawl in and headed down to the local little cafe for some much needed tea and breakfast! An hour or so later we were packed and showered and looking vaguely …
Made it to Rotorua after checking out the springs and waterfalls on the road from Taupo. I could still smell that rotten egg sulphur smell while walking around the town. I couldn't live here. But still made the most of a dull St Patrick's Day with some drunken locals in the (too) obvious Irish pub.
We didn't need to see the road sign to know that we had arrived in Rotorua.
The town is enveloped in an invisible cloud of sulphurous air, which is continually replenished by the hot springs, geysers and bubbling mud pools which festoon the area. All …
... wonder we noticed was the Asian couples strolling through the park and the male carrying the hand bag. Charlotte thought this would be a good idea, Bob suggested she look for an Asian male. End of discussion.
As it is another beautiful NZ day of clear skies and bright sunshine we take our time driving through the countryside, taking a side trip out a road through an area of sheep, cattle and deer farms.
Then it is on to ...