Aura Accommodation

Address: 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, Rotorua Museum, Rotorua Museum, and Swoop Rotorua.
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          Travel Blogs from Rotorua

          Reporoa - The Quiet Life

          A travel blog entry by selahrees on Sep 18, 2015

          22 photos

          ... a secondary wife. I cook three meals a day, do laundry, do dishes, clean the house, shop for groceries, and watch the kids. There are two of them: Kellan, age three (almost four, he reminds us) and Isabelle (or Izzy,) age six.        60;     The town of Reporoa has about 450 people, which is not a far cry from the town I grew up in of about 400 people. You wave at most people as you pass them on the road ...

          The Haka and the Poi

          A travel blog entry by doragsxplorin8 on Sep 16, 2015

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          ... attempts we mastered the dances, and showed the other gender how it was done. Even though learning the Poi was very fun, I would have rather learned how to do the Haka. To end the show the group of Maori gave one last performance on a love story of Hinemoa and Tutanekai. This is a true story that apparently most people from Rotorua are somehow related to Hinemoa and Tutanekai. After the last Haka was performed we all went to the dinning hall to have dinner. They ...

          Smelly, Muddy, and Happy

          A travel blog entry by shayna_mae on Sep 05, 2015

          57 photos

          ... lives in the village and she spoke so passionately and knowledgeably about her people and the land. I learned so, so much! We visited the geyser again and she described the importance of geothermal activity to her tribe, how access to naturally occurring hot water is so advantageous to them and makes the land important to protect. We stopped by Pikirangi Village, which has miniatures of structures that the Maori used before the arrival of Europeans. ...

          Road Trip!

          A travel blog entry by kduntley on Apr 16, 2015

          ... is a much cooler city than I originally thought. When I first came through on my way to the south island, it didn't really do that much for me. It reminded me of San Francisco, but not as cool. But everyone here RAVES about how amazing Wellington is, blah blah blah, and so I was always the black sheep of "I mean, it's ok I guess.." But I've now discovered that the magic of Wellington can be found when you leave the downtown area, at least for me and my non city preferences. ...

          Rotorua Day 1

          A travel blog entry by kas19 on Feb 23, 2015

          ... to represent us. Guess who volunteered? Yup Doug! It turned out to be a pretty good gig as he was rewarded with VIP treatment throughout the evening. At the entrance of the village warriors emerged performing traditional dances involving the bulging of the eyes and the sticking out of the tongue. After our chiefs had accepted the Maori's peace offering we were welcomed into the village where we learned of traditional Maori games, basket weaving, warrior training and ...