Emerald Spa Resort
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- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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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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... to leave the village but not before some more songs and speeches. It was a great way to spend Easter Sunday. We got dropped back and collapsed on our bed, as moving was too much like hard work. The following day we were moving on, but not till the afternoon.
We awoke early and were collected by the kiwi experience bus. Before leaving the town we had a chance to take part in some activities. Maureen and I opted to go to the geothermal park along with some people ...
... shortly after we arrived and its now quite heavy. The facilities on the site are excellent with barbecue areas, steam ovens, 3 thermal hot pools, a swimming pool, kitchen, TV room and laundry. The hot tubs looked really inviting and we went in very shortly after arriving. Absolute bliss!! I've tried to upload a couple of photo's but the Wifi won't cope, will try again ...
... garments jumped madly up and down and the seat cushions slid awry. The back half of the camper looked like something from Breaking Bad (minus the equipment for cooking Meth). We paused at the Blue Lake, a short drive from Rotorua. In a bowl lined with conifers, a clear, clean lake lies enticing swimmers and paddlers. We walked around the waters edge enjoying the warm sunshine and s******ing at the rowdy bunch of lads playing on a ...
... Traveling on, we saw several race horse stables. They grow English type hedges along their fence lines which makes for nice pasture divisions.I am a bit puzzled by the lack of sheep here. I had heard there were 20 sheep for each person in NZ, but the only sheep were on the two demonstration farms set up for tourists and school children.
We could smell Rotorua before we saw it just as the tour book ...
... were probably 100 - 150 people in total. Each group needed a 'chief' to volunteer, as we would be part of a traditional welcoming ceremony, and we needed someone to represent our group. Our group of people came from 23 different countries - from Kenya, Malaysia, Sweden, Mexico and everywhere in between. The only two volunteers were American. The Master of Ceremonies guy said that he has been doing the job for 12 years, and 75% of the time, the Americans volunteer ...