WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham

Address: 1420 Hamurana Rd, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1420 Hamurana Rd, Rotorua, is near Mokoia Island Wai Ora Experiences and Rakeiao Marae.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua

    From Shaka to Haka

    A travel blog entry by jroe on Jan 05, 2015

    1 photo

    ... in the formal greeting which involves touching noses, so that you can share breath. In Hawaiian culture, sharing the breath of life, called Ha, is also a sacred custom. However, in Hawaii I was never invited to experience this practice. I am a Haole – which translates to No breath and means that I am a foreigner. This was developed because the first invaders of Hawaii did not understand or partake in this custom. [I am by no means ...

    Day 43 - Hot Pools and the Shire

    A travel blog entry by dougndev on Nov 30, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... spring hot pools which we basked in for a few hours until the sun went down. The water was really warm, and you could smell that it was natural water, and not the usual heavily chlorinated stuff you normally get in public pools. Some interesting people were in there with us. A guy who was an architect, and who's son in law is the CEO of Vodafone in NZ, a couple from England who were ...


    A travel blog entry by harriet1708 on Jul 20, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... I had brushed my teeth last month otherwise my breath might have been smelly. The tribe then showed off their Mauri facial expressions which is when then stick their tounge down, widen their eyes and make strange noises. Kind of like my toilet experiences in Thailand. That evening we went to a thermal hot pool spa which was very nice. The pools were heated by the volcanic lava and were like a massive hot tub. There were lots of pools and lots of people. I could not help but think of ...

    Chocolate Sheep

    A travel blog entry by richard.smith on Sep 01, 2002

    12 photos

    ... on your coach. Representation of your group is considered an honourable task in Maoridom. We made our way to the village and learnt about the great Maori migration, when Maori journeyed across the vast ocean in massive Waka (canoes) to New Zealand. We also enjoy some fascinating Maori legends and stories from their our history. Arriving at the outskirts of the fortified village, nobody was allowed to enter ...