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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... on the same dairy farm, a family farm just 25 minutes out of Rotorua. Nicole has grown up going to dairy farms and offered to help out around the farm or do whatever to earn her keep as well. So, casually we told Ruth that we weren't in any hurry and that we would love to. It was decided, we would go to hobbiton the next day for our tour and upon our return to Rotorua, we would hop off the Stray bus and stray even farther off the beaten path than we had even ...
... leaning forward and gently pressing noses - nose to nose.
Once we were all accepted into the family or whānau, the group of young Maori proceeded to give us a history on some dances, war tactics, and weapon techniques. Two of the dances they performed were the Poi (the woman dance) and the Haka (the war hype dance). The Maori then split us up by gender, telling us that the women would learn to do the Poi and then men would learn to dance the Haka. ...
... a time, but while we were there it continued for almost an hour. The Pohutu is the largest geyser in the Southern Hemisphere, and it was quite something to behold. There were great walking paths around it, so we got to get very close and see it from a lot of angles.
After the geyser it was time for our guided tour of the village. There were only 6 other people in our group, which was great because it was a very intimate experience. Our tour ...
... our delegation manager) friend Shiloh who gave us a bit more insiggt into Marae culture. Then we headed down to a redwood forest for a lighted hike put on by local teens in Rotorua. Then we headed back to the hotel where when we were trying to eat dinner the fire alarm went off from an Asian man smoking in his room. Once everything was cleared we were able to return to our cold meals and then headed back to our rooms for ...
... br> About all the news for now, we did go to a Kiwanis meeting last night with Mark & Surine, like Rotary although they only meet once a month. Friday week they having a social night Ten Pin Bowling, so that will suit Lona
I should explain the first picture. David Jones is a mate and fanatical Man City fan, so anyone with the facility should copy this pic' and send it to Jonah, it would make his day!!