WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham
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... so much and ended up taking a tumble along with the plough!
Rotorua itself is an interesting city, with lots of geothermal activity. When I the city, the smell of sulphur is Constant, and areas of boiling mud and water can be seen in the park just by the centre. It's pretty bizarre to see!
Just next to the runoff is the North Islands biggest spring, which produces enough water every hour to fill 2 Olympic sized swimming pools ...
... chips and I had some salad in an attempt of looking after my bowels. We of course finished with all you can eat ice cream which was included in the price. On passing Lady Jane's Ice cream I was only able to stand for a photo, I was stuffed!
Our evening activity would be Hells Gate, on route we stopped at three lakes, The Blue, The Green and Lake Tarawra.
We did Hells Gate as a twilight package - it was cheaper. It was ...
... to the campsite so we could do our laundry and ensure we were ready to go when our bus picked us up at 5pm. When the bus arrived our driver "Dennis the Menace" introduced himself and started teaching us Maori words as we drove around collecting the remainder of our group. We also had to nominate a "chief". It had to be a man and as no one volunteered on the bus I stepped up. I was responsible for our bus for the remainder of ...
... they loop and spin and there are foam filled pits into which they can somersault and flip and they more or less bounce back out again.
Napier itself is another earthquake victim. It was destroyed by a quake in 1931 and once again the NZ government put the depression hit underemployed to work to clear and rebuild the town in the architectural style fashionable at that time, art deco. The town is an absolute little gem, ...