Moose Lodge And Golf Resort

Address: State Highway 30, Rd 4, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Chasing waterfalls.

A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Jan 08, 2015

20 photos

... We loved it. From here we made our way to the dining room where we enjoyed a buffet of baked fish, lamb, chicken, vegetables of all kids, mussels, bread and salads. Check out the photo of my plate! I had two helpings as the dessert wasn't my thing. The others enjoyed a buffet dessert of mousse, pudding, custard, pavlova, peaches and cream. We left for our hotel at around 10pm and left feeling satisfied and more knowledgable about the NZ traditions and culture. What an awesome ...

Much More Than a Big Sister

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 17, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

As the youngest of three you'd probably think growing up I was always protected and looked after by my older siblings (barely older in the case of my brother). However, growing up I always felt the need to protect my older sister and my twin brother. Maybe it's just my personality it might be other younger siblings feel like that. I don't really know, I just know that I always felt that way. Don't get me wrong my big sister was my big sister. I always looked up to her ...

Maori Village and Geothermal Walk

A travel blog entry by tomjomeer on Nov 14, 2014

17 photos

... in resident over its geothermic hot pools. We got to Whaka just in time to watch the cultural performance, which lasted about half an hour and was awesome. They welcomed us in the traditional Maori manner, sang us a love song, and performed a Haka. After that we were led off on a guided tour of the village. Our tour guide ...

Farm Life - Take 2

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Oct 06, 2014

117 photos

... one of a number of flightless birds in New Zealand that are under threat from introduced predators such as ferrets, weasels, and cats. One theory says that the flightless birds got lazy because they didn’t have any natural predators in New Zealand (until humans started introducing them) and so evolution took away the ability all together. I find it quite amusing that when New Zealand split from Australia tens of millions of years ago, all the bad ...

More stunning coastline and a volcanic city!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrswaite14 on Jul 24, 2014

7 comments

... blue lakes, we also saw bubbling mud pools and steaming lakes! In the afternoon we took a scenic drive around the outskirts of Rotorua and the lakes surrounding it, it's absolutely incredible driving past volcanic streaming pools and serene lakes it's really doesn't feel like you're in the same place! On Wednesday morning before we drove back to Auckland we went up the gondola to have a go on the luge! It's a cart style race track down part of the mountain in ...