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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrylin Motel Rotorua
The usual motel with a slightly unusual exterior, a long way from the city centre and no bus service to take you in. The room we were allocated was very noisy as it was on the main road and by the side lane leading to the units at the rear. It also suffers from the same gentle aroma that pervades the whole town.
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... out to help nudge him along. Christine was the speed demon demonstrating NO FEAR and laughing all the way down. Again we got lucky to be able to do this activity and see the town from the mountain before the rains came.
A short drive brought us to the largest city outside of Auckland on the North Island, Tauranga. We are in an AirBnb in a little half cottage attached to the garage. Quirky, a bit cold but will be just fine. ...
... their hands in and feel the water. It was deliciously hot and steamy down there amongst the trees in the deep cold shadows of a rainy evening - we were urged by the man to get in too, and would all have loved to! But we had a long drive home and no towels, and the pool was quite deep. Just too hard.
So instead for us it was back on the road, still wet and blowy - we really had avoided the worst of the weather in that sheltered and warm little ...
... When we arrived, we all stood round and waited for the Maori Tribe to come out and perform 'The Haka'. There was a chief from each group, David being chief in our group, who all had to stand near to the front and greet the chief by rubbing noses. The Haka that they performed was brilliant. Then we were all welcomed in, where we went round and learnt all about the tribe. The boys learnt the Haka which was funny!! We learnt some stick games, we learnt about the clothing ...
... mountain bike festival coming to New Zealand. So we said yes we are down but didn't really know what to expect or what we were getting ourselves into. He got a hold of us and told us that he has booked us a room at a hostel for us and to be up at 715 to start shooting. We than realized this is the most amazing opportunity anyone could really have. This company is paying for all of our activities. Our weeks accommodation, transportation, food, and even beer ...
... and boots, where we got to go tubing through the caves and jump down waterfalls. We got spectacular views of the glow worms (discovered they are actually maggots) all around the caves. After a hot shower to return our circulation we got some soup and a bagel whilst chatting to a lovely couple from England who live in Sydney and offered us a place to stay when we travel up the coast! We then started the very long drive to Wellington (7 hours) and the weather was horrible! ...