Distinction Rotorua Hotel & Conference Centre
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New adventures, Went for a birthday lunch for Brian with Dorothy, who as I have said got us tickets for last night to the local and not so local schools music festival. Some from Australia.
Lunch was in Eat Street and the CBK, Craft Bar & Kitchen, had my 2nd beer in 6 weeks, there are almost no pubs in Rotorua. People don't drink out like they do in Oz.
... is where two people greet each other by touching noses and shaking hands, which might seem very intimate but it's great as it breaks down physical and emotional boundaries immediately. I certainly felt at home straight away and our family hosts were amazing and so kind. After a wonderful, hearty meal of roast chicken together, it was time to watch some of their fabulous performances of singing, dancing with the Poi and the Kapa Haka dance, which the Maori people are so famous ...
... car park for 4 days. Unfortunately, Anne's brand new "thongs" (flip flops to UK readers), had rubbed a couple of deep blisters and she had to hobble back to the van. A good 30 min uphill slog in the morning heat. The car park was now full so we headed off to get to Rotorua for lunchtime. As we arrived you could smell the place. We found you had to pay for full ...
... be in this video. The videographers name is Graeme Murray. He is a world famous photographer for extreme sports and shoots for red bull. His footage is amazing and makes us look like we are pro athletes. Our itinerary includes (over a span of a week); - Wake up 5:30 watch the sunset on Lake Tarawera (hot water beach) - Go get coffee at zippys Cafe - Te Puia (the geysers) - white water rafting - hells gate mud pools - mountain biking in the redwood forest - ...
... br> Rotorua is, as you may know, a thermally very active area where the pacific and Australian tectonic plates meet. This causes a lot of hot springs, bubbling mud pools and even geysers to be found here. All this is accompanied by the smell of rotten eggs from sulfar. However, the smell was not as strong as I feared, so that walking around the place was quite enjoyable.
Rotorua is a very touristy town and there was quite ...