Havana Motor Lodge

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

    Day One Hundred & Five: Hobbit Hunting

    A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla on Apr 17, 2014

    7 photos

    ... back of the boat, and I was sat bewildered in the middle, wondering what had become of my companions! All in all, an exhilarating experience. Elated, we rode back to our camper to prepare for another evening of entertainment; New Zealand's most awarded cultural tourism attraction of the Tamaki Maori Village. Picked up from our hostel along with a large group of backpackers on the Kiwi Experience, our bus driver quickly enticed us into the spirit of the evening by ...

    Waimangu Volcanic Valley

    A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Apr 09, 2014

    22 photos

    ... street, where our Trip Leader will provide insight into the struggles faced by those living in the town, which range from the damaging effects of drugs and alcohol to widespread unemployment. We visited the community radio station where Sheila was interviewed on-air about our visit.

    Afterward, if the weather is favorable, we will be taken to a location off the beaten path to view rare Maori rock art.

    New Zealand - Day 23 - Zippady Doodah, Zippity Day

    A travel blog entry by rathouse on Feb 20, 2014

    21 photos

    ... high on a blast of hot water. As it has been dry for weeks I suspect the reservoir was low, so the geyser ran for a few seconds and fizzled. The rest of the park would have been better...but we found the crowds off putting. I guess we have been rather spoiled up to now. The colours in the 'artists pallete' and 'champagne pool' are worth the trip however. Zipline was a hoot. I was truthfully rather proud of Angela as I know she struggles ...

    Dancers and Geysers, Not Together Though

    A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Feb 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the day. The villagers simply throw their food into a pot or tin foil and leave in the pit for several hours. There was one pit for mixed dishes and another for only vegetables. After the tour, we tried a couple cobs of steamed sweet corn. Yummy! Unfortunately some of the pools have disappeared as earthquakes opened fissures in the ground and the water drained away. Enough remains though to support the needs of the small village.

    At the end of the tour, we went to ...

    Sulphur Clouds and Christmas Presents

    A travel blog entry by colochisima on Dec 20, 2013

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... staff who found it on a path nearby. Naughty boy!

    The next day we visited the Rotorua city park, with its bubbling mud pools and hot springs and discovered another Maori village on the coast. In some places the asphalt was boiling hot and steam evaporated from the cracks in the sidewalk. We tried to steer Nico's buggy around the hot parts as best as we could and ended up on the lake front and took a break. While Gaby and I sat in the grass Nico ...