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Do not trust all in one laundry machines. Last night I thought I'd avail myself of the in-room laundry. Well, it washed fine, but never did get the dryer cycle to kick in. Pumped the room heat up & laid the items artfully about the room. Good thing it's all quick dry stuff except for the wool socks that got the hairdryer treatment this morning …
This morning was the geothermal tour. Fascinating, scary & well done. Trent drove us about & talked of growing up in the area, playing & cooking in hot springs & the history of the area.
Rotorua's air is often fragrant with sulphur. Not nasty, just there to remind you where you are. An active, percolating geothermal hotspot. The …
... in the faces of the chiefs until they accepted peaceful entry into the village. After the pleasantries, we headed into the village to learn more about the culture, with various demonstrations at the art of warcraft, weaving, weaponry and I even got a chance at trying my hand at poi twirling. While we walked around the village, the smell of cooking food filled the air. This came from a traditional "hangi" being prepared. This is an earth oven that cooks food by steaming it underground ...
... do městečka,
kde se točilo pár scén z Pána prstenů. Světe div se, krásnej camp a místo přesně
pro nás. Zaparkovali jsme Tripíka a s chutí se pustili do vaření večeře. Takhle
v přírodě vám prostě chutná. V noci nás překvapila až nezvyklá zima. Trošku
podivení jsme zamířili do místního infocentra, kde bylo spoustu autobusů a lidí
oblečených hodně zimně. Aha.. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Rotorua
Very comfortable and quiet. Beds very comfortable. Staff very helpful and welcoming
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