Distinction Rotorua Hotel & Conference Centre
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... metre geysers spout among kaleidoscopic mineral pools, steam wafts over cauldrons of boiling mud and terraces of encrusted silicates drip like stalactites. Fascinating as this geography lesson was, our main pull towards this volcanic location was the Grade Five White Water Rafting of the Okere Section of the Kaituna River. Strapping into yet another fetching ensemble of our trip, we payed respect to the people of the river; Ngati Pikiao, by the way of karakia ...
... Valley. This relatively young geothermal site was created by nearby Mount Tarawera’s last eruption in 1886. We take a leisurely hike, descending into the lush valley of green vegetation, pink silica terraces, and blue waters. We’ll discover the Inferno Crater, filled with brilliant turquoise water, and Frying Pan Lake, the world’s largest hot spring. We’ll also embark on a cruise ...
... trapping the stoats, possums and rats and removing them completely, so that a lot of the native bird species can be returned to the forest. I wish them well in the venture and hope that they succeed in bring back birds like the kiwi and kakapo. A visit to the night market in town took care of dinner, a very good pitta pocket filled with yummy salady things. This market is held once a week and is a series of stalls, from home baking to ...
... young and old to join them on stage and handed them a pair of poi balls. Kudos to Holly for going up there. The lady who initially talked to us showed the women the different moves with the balls. She then had the women repeat the move. Holly was a natural. She later revealed her secret, she took Hawaiian dancing lessons, which included poi balls, when she was young. I am still impressed with how she did and that she was able to avoid being hit by the less coordinated ...
... a village called Wakarewarewa in which the Maori live until today and where they present their village to their guests. But it's not an average village. The place is covered with hot spots and boiling water bubbles out of the ground at every corner. Some of the hot pools are used to boil food as there are no kitchen in the entire village! Can you believe that? The air instead is filled up with sulphuric steam and it smells funny. "That's healthy!" the tour ...