Distinction Rotorua Hotel & Conference Centre
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... the prospect of the free cider at the Green Dragon pub made it not so bad. In the pub Suze, Rach and I all tried some 'hobbit food' of cheese mousetrap - basically a ham, cheese and relish toastie. We left Hobbiton and were taken to our next destination of Rotorua which was about an hours drive. We were dropped off outside the Tamaki office and we paid for our later trip. The first thing we noticed when getting off the bus was the stench of rotten eggs. None of us particularly enjoyed ...
... when directing the film. The 44 hobbit holes were all amazing and we got a free hobbit pint in the Green Dragon which was cool! At around 3 we left the set and headed to Rotorua! Man it smelt so badly of rotten eggs there but fortunately I wasn't stopping the night! Instead a lot of the group went to experience what it was like to stay in a traditional Maori village for the night which truly was one of the best experiences of my life so far! When we arrived ...
... shattering the grey stillness. Many of the birds here that are familiar to us are introduced species. Blackbirds, chaffinches, mallards and song thrushes were all imported here. Black swans were brought from Australia. The story is even more extreme in the case of mammals; only a handful of bat species are native to New Zealand. Ruminants, rats and rabbits have all made their way over with human settlers. The ...
... leaves attached, which had to be sprayed as the leaves were the wrong colour. We ended at The Green Dragon, which has been given an interior so it can be used for weddings, where we were offered a mug of beer or cider, especially brewed locally or Hobbiton, and very nice it was too.
Continuing south, we drove ...
... move to Alaska". Turns out he had been sorting out how to get me my captains license, commercial drivers license, and a NZ work visa. We had a long chat to make sure I knew what I would have to go through to obtain all of those documents/qualifications and he also had to explain that there was no guarantee that it would work. I asked when he needed me and he replied "ASAP mate". Immediately I was on the Internet looking at flights. I booked a flight ...