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
Travel Blogs from Rotorua
... the sky when you can see all the stars. I will never forget it!
When we had to say goodbye I felt a bit sorry for Rex because I liked him. The bus was full again so we sat separated. I didn’t had much because of the “space taking person” next to me. Luckily she left after half of the trip and Vic and I could sit next to each other. On the way we passed Taupo. Taupo has a big lake. When we past it, it was sunny weather so it looked like it ...
... of them looked like they were laughing away, including Maureen. We tried, but failed miserably. It was a lot of fun, and a great insight. Next we moved onto hut number three, this is where it was the woman's turn. We were showed a performance dance called Poi, that the tribes woman do. This involved swinging tethered weights to a rhythm. Unfortunately Maureen wasn't selected for this but she did get her chance at hut number four. This is where we showed some of ...
... baths and dipped our feet in! It was so hot to begin with, but so nice on our feet after all the walking. Spent a while there, until again, an army of asian tourists turned up and were so loud we left.
Headed back to the hostel and had showers to warm up!
There was a free BBQ going on in the hostel, so we had burgers for tea, then spent a while using the internet for the first time in a while!
Went back to the room and watched some Tv on my laptop then ...
... for next time. 7th February - Went for a nice walk around the redwood forest this morning. The trees are huge and very impressive. It was a really nice day and it was a relief to escape the smell of egg. After lunch we set off for Taupo with Jenn having her first drive. We didn't set the new Sat Nav up correctly because we turned onto a 7 mile gravel road straight ...
... off the kiwi bus for a casual few drinks.
The next morning we had an early start as we were heading to The Shire! Hobbiton was about an hour away and a green Hobbiton bus picked us up (although our super keen tour geek let us know it was sent back for being marginally the wrong shade of green). Hobbiton was amazing! (It is a set from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies)The set has different sized hobbit holes, real life veggie patches and a fake oak tree sat above Bag ...