Havana Motor Lodge

Address: 1078 Whakaue Street, Rotorua, North Island, 3010, New Zealand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 1078 Whakaue Street, Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Swoop Rotorua, Rotorua Museum, and Rotorua Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua

    Hazel's homecoming.

    A travel blog entry by dante98765 on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... had a jacuzzi, a clear indication I got carried away when booking the hotels!! We quickly managed to get a wash on therefore avoiding the reversed underwear strategy before heading to Te Puia, the Maori experience and geysers. The tour began with a walk down to the kiwi house. There we saw a pair of kiwis. They were seriously cute. It was thought that they were a breeding couple as their behaviour was so flirty but slow progress led to further tests that showed they ...

    Hot and Bubbling

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos



    Before leaving the Coromandel Peninsula we visited Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove.
    Basically some volcanos have underground reservoirs of superheated water which escapes to the surface through fissures. There are two such fissures at Hot Water Beach issuing water as hot as 64 degrees Celsius at a rate of 15 litres per minute. You have to dig a hole which then fills with hot to warm water. Mind you if you are not lucky your ...

    Kia Ora

    A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... year. The cloak would be draped over her tombstone as it was unveiled. It was decorated with many different feathers, such as peacock, duck, goose etc. Traditionally the Kiwi bird or wood pigeon feathers would have be used, however as these are now a protected species, we were informed if such feathers were required, a special letter of request needed to be drafted for the feathers of a naturally deceased kiwi bird or wood pigeon.The guided tour also took us ...

    Caves

    A travel blog entry by laura_schofield on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... was he nicely offered to drop us outside. The smell of sulphur is quite strong when you first step outside the bus! At Base Hostel we checked in and headed to the room, fully prepared to be so quiet not to wake everyone as it was 3am. Open the door and much to our surprise is a big double bed in a private room - jackpot!! We quickly climbed into bed and got 2 hours of sleep before we were up again and off to ...

    Day - 61 Whakatane to Rotorua (63 miles)

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 17, 2014

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    ... in the water. The tour was informative about the building, its uses and also Maori customs and way of life. Incredible to think that New Zealand has no indigenous people, the Maori only arrived about 800 years ago from the Pacific Islands to escape overcrowding and tribal rivalries in their homeland. Must have been a shock for the wildlife, but at least they didn't change things to the extent the Europeans did later! The sunscreen was needed, by the ...