Hamurana Lodge

415 Hamurana Road, Rotorua, North Island, 3702, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 415 Hamurana Road, Rotorua, is near Paradise Valley Springs Wildlife Park, Agrodome Leisure Park, Agroventures, and Zorb Rotorua.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua

    Just. HAPPY :)

    A travel blog entry by sandrani on Sep 21, 2014

    ... that I felt home immediately. The family lives on a farm a 30 minutes drive from Rotorua. It is very rural, but I've got a stunning view of Mount Tarawera, a volcano, and the nearby lake. But keep calm, the volcano last erupted in 1886. The family consists of three little girls aged 9, 8 and 3 and their parents. They've got a farm with 281 cows which need milking twice a day, every cow giving about 28 litres per day. There are also several little calves and 19 ...

    Thermal Tours

    A travel blog entry by clyde90s on Jun 16, 2014

    ... We got a few of souvenirs before leaving. A leather glove for the cold weather, wooden postcard and possum fur for myself. I then realise that possum was the pest which I saw during the night hike in Waitomo. The London guy who was with us took quite a while before boarding the bus. Had a great chat with the bus driver, very friendly and chatty guy so we rate the best for his review form. He was telling us a place where we could soak in a natural hot spring. Something free that ...

    Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on May 14, 2014

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    Day 21

    We hit the road early in order to get to the Wai-o-tapu thermal area (or "wonderland" as it likes to call itself) in order to witness the daily goading of Lady Knox Geyser in which after a short educational talk some variant on washing powder is thrown into the above named causing it to erupt. Wild scenes follow as water roars out of the top to a height of about 10m. The normal "cycle" of the geyser would mean it erupts every 24-72 hours ...

    Getting close with the Volcanic action

    A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... like tattoos, but done very differently than today; the skin is cut so the pattern is a scar, then cut again and stained with charcoal. The process was gruesome! Today they use face paint for ceremonies, as their people are not employable with heavily tattooed faces. They demonstrated the making and uses of ancestral tools. Some were used for scraping, many for carving the intricate and spiritual designs in tikis, boat hulls, and on ...

    Soap and hot water

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... the foam out of the spout. Then all of a sudden, whoosh, we could see a fountain in front of us. The height of and the length of time the water stays spouting depends on how much water is underground and ultimately on how much recent rain there has been. For us the eruption lasted a few minutes although it can apparently go on for a couple of hours. Well, we have had so much glorious sunshine while we have been travelling here that there hasn't been much rain. You can't ...