Comfort Inn and Suites Coachman
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Owners are nice and the place is great and clean. Tonight we are having a grill and a home cooked meal.
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... experience too. Nads (our host) showed us some letters that the children had written to the manager of Stray at the end of the last school year, when they thought the buses weren't coming back. These children have learnt so much about the world just from backpackers going into their classroom and talking to them about the big, wide world that's out there. Sadly we stayed on Saturday night so didn't get to visit the school but we will definitely be recommending this place for years to ...
... village which is nestled amongst the trees. We were of course welcomed with arms wide opened by the chief and after entering we were spilt into groups as we went around the village. Within the village was several huts where the Maori people would explain to us their livelihood. The first hut, taught us about the famous tattoos, how they were use to be done (it was gruesome) and the meaning of them. The tattoos on the face where especially interesting as they dedicated the ...
... young woman serving us looked and behaved just like Julie Walters playing the part of a dotty old waitress in some sketch she did years ago. We were completely fascinated. Came home to research rooms and California. The rain is here for several days, with a cyclone coming down from the north. Quite honestly we'd like to jump on a plane tonight. I think we've seen enough and want to move on. Still, we'll probably stay until our flight after the ...
23rd - Set off on the road to Rotorua and encountered some rain on the journey. Arrived at about 11.30 as we had decided to visit a 'living Maori village' called Whakarewarewa to you & I, but the complete real name is in the pic attached - give it a go if you dare! Pooooowheeeeee - The first thing you notice is the smell, which we were aware of, but somehow did not ...
... geothermal activity in the area. You see the town sits on gas chambers that create amazing spectacles such as bubbling mud pools, steam vents and the largest gyser in the southern hemisphere - all of which you can see at Te Puia. The park also showcases the artwork of weavers and carvers from the local tribes and works to share and save the traditions of the first people of the land here in New Zealand. As at home, a the Maori have a beautiful culture rich with ties to ...