Four Canoes Hostel And Bar
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25.-/nacht inkl. gratisbenützung der pools..
hatte ein 8 bettzimmer mit badezimmer für mich alleine..
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Heute bin ich in die nächste Stadt weitergezogen, nämlich nach Rotorua. Das ist nördlich von Hastings und mit dem Bus 3 einhalb Stunden entfernt.
Das erste das mir aufgefallen ist: es stinkt in dieser Stadt, und zwar in die Richtung verfaulter Eier. Oder anders ausgedrückt, es riecht nach Schwefel. Denn die Stadt liegt in einem extrem …
... t seen anything yet. Once we were in the raft our guide told us to switch off our lights and the sight was incredible. It literally was like someone had turned on the switch to hundreds of stars above us. As he guided us down the river he then hit the side of the raft and a couple of seconds later it was as though someone turned up the dimmer switch. It really was incredible and everybody in the boat made that gasping noise when you can't believe your eyes. We floated ...
... I was keen to see the 3rd big geyser, Kereru, perform so I returned to the viewing bridge in the hopes it might – and was rewarded with a full show! It is different from the other 2 as it vents from a rock of distinctive black sinter and its jet is fan-shaped like the tail of the pigeon it is named for. Time was running out so we returned to the outside world to meet up for lunch, then set off for our afternoon activity – ...
... lunch off we popped.We have just gotten back to the hostel after our very smelly walk (sulphur) and are having a little chill out. We don't have much planned for the evening. Perhaps out for a few drinks... We shall see.As for tomorrow... We are going to have an adventure.... ...
... is all about and so it is with the early Maoris.
Rotorua sits right on Lake Rotorua; steam plumes seem to rise everywhere, even from the street drains. In the parks there are many water holes with 90degree water or even boiling water comes right out of the ground.
The Maori village of Whakarawarewa (and that is the short version of that name) sits right on top a thermal mount. Hot ...