Malones Motel

Address: 321 Fenton Street, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 321 Fenton Street, Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Swoop Rotorua, Rotorua Museum, and Rotorua Museum.
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      Discovering Hot Water.......

      A travel blog entry by mistrytravels on Nov 30, 2014

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... beautiful sight and the feeling of sitting in naturally heated water was special. We then visited Te Whakarewarewa, a living traditional Maori village. It was fascinating learning about the history of Rotorua, the way in the which the village people live and their reliance upon the natural hot springs for cooking and heating. Additionally, we were treated to a traditional Maroi dance show, which included the famous All Blacks 'Haka' - I also had a ...


      A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Oct 27, 2014

      51 photos

      ... out we stopped in at the mud pools, the temperature of which sits around 70 degrees and just keeps on bubbling away. When a build up of steam breaks through it sends mud exploding into the air, really cool! As we are staying an extra night we decided to relax this afternoon making lunch out of the van before hitting the mineral pools at the camp grounds to relax our muscles. It was sooo good! Now the time had come to be picked ...


      A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Oct 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... site of the set for the village in The Hobbit. These movies were filmed throughout New Zealand. Other: there is mandatory seat rotation on the bus. AAT buses have a number above the seats but they are totally mixed up. You are to add one to your original number each day so people don't end up sitting with same group. For example we are 8 today which is fifth on left and 9 tomorrow is in the back. Why not do what past tours have asked, that is move two seats clockwise each ...

      John Paul College

      A travel blog entry by eism on Apr 07, 2014

      Clouds this morning but still very warm and perfect conditions for a quick roll down a long hill in a plastic ball. Yes, we all went 'zorbing' this morning! We had a 'ball' doing it and all agreed that it was heaps of fun and something we would all do again if possible. We shopped at Countdown (Woolworths) and the girls had a picnic lunch by the pool - ...

      Hahei / Raglan / Mourea

      A travel blog entry by faye-chris on Feb 13, 2014

      17 photos

      ... for a couple of hours as our journey took us across to the Bay of Plenty to Mourea where we would spend the night in a traditional Maori Wharenui. (Wharenui meaning meeting house in Maori.) Prior to arrival we were taken to a forest and shown plants and trees that the Maori people had used for medicine, tools and weapons, similar in many ways to the way the Aborigines had used them. We were also shown the Kaitiaki river, a fast flowing river with ...