Moose Lodge And Golf Resort
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- All-Suites Property
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua
... Waltzing Matilda - lucky he knew the words - don't give up your day job Tezza! Lots of other songs followed, we got into the centre of town just as Dennis starting singing "She'll be coming around the Mountain when she come yeehaa" and then........he drove the bus round and round and round and round and round the roundabout for the entire song....hilarious! Great Night definitely a must.
Monday morning we headed for Lake Taupo, but not before we ...
... the pics! Rafting this river was awesome. The guides really seemed to know what they were doing and while we were doing some crazy falls, I didn't feel like I was going to die most of the time. Plus, the whole rafting thing lasted just over 2 hours. So basically the most intense and exciting 2 hours of your life! After rafting, we had some time to kill before the bus to Turangi. We ate at our favorite pizza joint and I mailed some postcards. ...
... but he went to sleep on the way to Rotorua, and was a different kid when he woke up. We drove for about 3.5 hours then to Rotorua where we were booked to check in to the Rydges hotel. this was one on the place we were staying that I was looking forward to stay in. Well it was quite disappointing. I guess that because it was branded Rydges, I had high expectations. We went out for tea last night to Cobb & Co. This was ...
Lovely sunny day again. We spent some time in the garden and shed trying to reduce the size of some of the logs, they are made of "steel". They will not split!! I found some small stuff around the garden so we have backup to keep the fire going until the big logs catch.
The afternoon was too good to waste so as I was aware of the Waitike Valley thermal pools it ...
... nature, but apparently not. This was turning into a stage show!
The ranger spoke to us in Maori and after his short introduction in the local dialect, switched to English and said "Hello, my name’s Dave"! He didn’t look like a Dave but we went with it... He then explained how the geyser was discovered when local prisoners washed their clothes in the hot springs and the soap ...