Distinction Rotorua Hotel & Conference Centre
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... mountain bike trails, zip lines, SkySwing and Luge, as well as sweeping views of Lake Rotorua. It appeared from talking to parents that the luge was one of the most popular activities for their children and I fancied a go, but time did not permit, as the stop was designed primarily for lunch with a view and a performance by a local Maori “Kapa Haka” group who performed numerous traditional songs ...
... there are more than 70 different Maori tribes, where as in the South Island there are only 5. Rotorua is rich with their culture.
The majority on our table were from different states of Australia, apart from one couple who came from Switzerland. It was a memorable experience which we both throughly enjoyed.
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... Shiloh then took us to his house were we had a cup of tea and some more biscuits. This was the final part of the greeting and we had been welcomed to their village. They told us all about their culture and invited us to ask as many questions as we wanted. We then went inside their Anglican church, St Faiths, were they had an etched glass window of Jesus which looked like he was walking on Lake Rotorua outside! We had a little look around the church then sat down on the pavement ...
... they have loads of limestone caves, and some of these are full of glow worms. On the first day, we booked to go on a tour of 2 of these caves with a company called Spellbound. There were only 6 of us in the group, and the guide was a chap called Pete, who actually owns the company. He was extremely knowledgeable about everything, from the caves and the glow worms to the stoats and pigeons – he could answer every question. The first cave was just ...
... with lots of lovely people- looks like our last 3 weeks is going to perhaps be the best 3 weeks ever! Our next stop is Lake Taupo where we do the tongariro crossing from (also involving climbing mount doom) a 19km/12mile hike which takes a full day to complete! The weather is set to stay nice so we should hopefully have a good day for it- just hope we manage to complete the whole thing! Today is 2 weeks until we come home, looking forward to seeing you all at home really soon! ...