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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... including the “haka”.
Our last stop was the Agrodome, where we saw their very entertaining and informative Farm Show, which included an overview of all the NZ breeds of sheep and their origins, introduction to NZ working dogs and a sheep shearing demonstration. It was absolutely brilliant!
We were so knackered after an early rise and a busy day, that we decided to order room service!
... outside. They were really warm from all the geothermal activity, which is why the village smelt so bad, and there was even steam rising from the tiles. Shiloh spoke to us some more about the history of Ohinemutu and Tamatekapua, the tribe's meeting house directly opposite St Faiths. We had a look around the outside at the Maori carvings and had a sneaky look inside but unfortunately couldn't go in. We left Ohinemutu in the hope that our hostel might smell a bit nicer, but were in no such ...
What a day! We got up early this morning, and left Rotorua to make our way to the Waitomo glow worm caves. We had an approximately two hour drive ahead of us, which is nothing for the Turners who are used to driving for three hours to their cottage. So many Kiwis comment on how much driving we have to do, but then we remind them we are from Canada, and they nod and say, "Oh you'll be alright then!"
... on the walk back!) We then set off to Hot Water Beach - what a strange place! As we approached we could see people on the distance digging in the sand and steam rising up from the ground. We headed towards them and chose a place nearby to start digging but there was no hot water! We tried another spot nothing again! It became clear that the hot water was only in a certain part of the beach, so we went over to the main area and started digging right beside them and ...
... verschiedene Köstlichkeiten. Zum Schluss sahen wir dann auch noch den Weihnachtsmann… verrückt!
Zum einen sind in Rotorua viele Gasiere und Thermalquellen und zum anderen eine sehr stark ausgeprägt Maori Kultur. Es gibt verschiedene Unternehmen, die ein Kulturprogram für tausende Urlauber pro Jahr präsentieren. Wir besuchten Te-Puia, eines der Kulturcenter in ...