Leisure Inn Rotorua
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... to enter into that by helping set the table or watching the game with them. I felt like when Ruth and her family said we were whānau, it meant we were whānau.
My Whānau is pretty big and always growing and I like it that way. Now that I work for Ruth's sister-in-law, I still see Ruth quite often. The other day we went our to the Marae and got to see another group of people become whānau and when ...
... and lots of steam! All of the pools are hot water with the heat coming from under ground, we even noticed someone had put an egg in one of them. Maybe it was some backpackers trying to cook some lunch? Bella was good as gold and slept in the pram the whole way! After stopping for lunch in town, we went to a maze. We all split up and went separate ways. Every so often you'd hear footsteps on the other side of the hedge and wonder who was either ahead or ...
... Pita Pit for dinner.
Back at our lodge we put some washing on, then took advantage of the free hot pools. They were like a few jacuzzis of varying temperatures (without any bubbles). We enjoyed our soak and felt pretty chilled afterwards - not just because of the cold air!
The next morning it was a bit wet, so instead of more walks we headed to the Agrodome, a farm show. Nicole was particularly looking forward to this as we'd missed Sheepworld in Auckland! ...
... get up on the sides of the luge as you go around the corners. It was a lot of fun and we got some great GoPro video from the morning. Caleb was funny as he was being very careful, mentioning to me that I missed the SLOW DOWN signs and yelling Mayday Mayday Don't leave me up here alone. On his first run Caleb's luge came to a stop. He yells out that he is out of power and no gas - it moves based on your weight I told him and ...
... does the rest. Some stops, like tonight include some meals and are off the beaten track and would not be accessible if you weren't a 'stray'. Today has been fantastic from start to finish. We have spent 4 hours exploring the Waitomo Caves with the Waitimo Adventure Company on the TumuTumu Toobing Black Water Rafting trip ($152 each). The wetsuits were a little interesting to say the least, the rugby lift to get L into hers kind of says it ...