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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 …
... been inhabited by a collection of Maori tribes who understood the curative powers of the mineral rich waters.
First stop was a short film about the 1886 eruption of Mt Tarawera that decimated the area. It was great... Archival and faux vintage footage blended into modern day imagery and enhanced by gimbaled seating that shuddered and shook as the mountain exploded and buried the spa town of Te ...
... it. I can't even imagine what it will be like when I have to leave here for good- already sad just thinking about it! But anyways, we landed in Queenstown, and mom finally got a glimpse of my home. We boarded the connectibus towards Wanaka, where we took the long winding road, passing Cardys and finally arriving back to my hostel.
It was about 5 pm when we arrived and we were quite hungry. We had plans for dinner later in the evening ...
... of sand flies. Literally thousands of them, so disgusting so we just ran, Pete was frantically flapping his hat an me flapping my hands in front of my face, we must have looked insane. We reached the Sulphur Bay look out and boy did we know it, this is where I was nearly sick the first time. Even if you hold your nose and only breath through your mouth you can still taste it. Again we had to run away. We walked around the Government Gardens looking at ...
... the locals must be immune to it! So where as in Wellington we were sitting on a a major earthquake fault line, in Rotorua we are sitting on simmering volcanoes..... Great! The afternoon was spent wandering around Rotorua town, we found a nice cafe called Pic Nic to have a hot chocolate but the town itself, I found, had little to offer and I was a little dissapointed! I think Taupo has a better vibe! We were lucky enough to bag ...
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25.-/nacht inkl. gratisbenützung der pools..
hatte ein 8 bettzimmer mit badezimmer für mich alleine..
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