Emerald Spa Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEmerald Spa Resort Rotorua
Nice motel with very friendly staff. Big rooms, good size bathroom, lots of parking space
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... runs to his right - but only back to his starting position. More yelling - and Bob yells back "What! I cant see a ball". Eventually the ball trickles over the boundary line - still just 10 metres from the now stationery and very confused birthday boy. Just as well that it crossed the boundary otherwise they may have run 17.
The Googlies finish at 6/149 and we are happy with a good win. During the after match celebrations I ...
... us down today. He knew I was nervous so went gently to begin. Although once we conquered the 2m waterfall it was game on. Scott fell out at one point when Mike was making the raft tip and playing about with the rapids. But we got him back in pretty quickly. The water was beautiful and warm, the forest and scenery was incredible, so green and lush. Finally we took on the 7m waterfall- we all had to get into the 'get down' position that we had practised and then hold on for ...
Rain rain go away!! But that is not stopping us from enjoying our days. Rainbow Mountain was a hike we took in the morning. A beautiful hike with great views. It took us past crater lake which is an old crater that is filled with brilliant blue coloured water. The crater lake is set against a backdrop of bare brown, orange and red steaming ...
... toilets were. He even tested the flush. Maybe he was giving me some sort of signal that I didn’t understand, or maybe he was just really impressed with the toilets. Either way I finished the washing up as quickly as possible and got out of there.
The first stop near Taupo was Aratiata Rapids. A dam at one end releases loads of water every few hours, and a small little stream becomes a raging river in a few minutes before returning to ...
... didn't bother and just before the first corner he realised his breaks didn't work. Luckily he wall was padded so he had a pretty soft crash and only ended up with a bit of mud on his hand! We weren't that far from the start so he walked back and got another cart checked the breaks before racing off again! It was such a great activity to do before the drive to Auckland! We're now in Qweenstown ready for lots of really fun activities we've got planned! Love Naomi and Chief Ben ...