Moose Lodge And Golf Resort

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

Thermal Wonderland

A travel blog entry by lanen


... In this context: travelling in NZ or Australia from motel to motel makes life easier: most of them are spacious, have a kitchenette or at least a microwave, they generally provide laundry facilities, and often have a pool and/or a spa. To share a spa with an obese and perspiring person may not be your greatest wish, but at least the facility is available. And they charge reasonable prices, compared with what is offered by the major ...

Something Completely Different

A travel blog entry by cheaperthancall


... village is in poverty. It's great to think we are giving something back to the area, not just invading it! We arrived at the hostel and I played volleyball with a few others. We were all terrible but got a few rally's going towards the end. It was then time to watch the Hangi being out into the ground. This was our tea for the evening, cooked in the traditional way - placed on hot stones in the ground and covered with damp cloths and dirt. Doesn't that ...

Eggy Smells Ahoy....! Urrrrrgh!

A travel blog entry by suzieq88


... there instead and left all the stuck up feminists to it to write in their angsty journals about how men should be eradicated from earth and other such nonsense I’m sure they were waffling on about.

Our sightseeing the following morning got off to a flying start! Debbie took me out for breakfast to a local place the hostel owner had recommended which was really quite lovely before we headed off to Kuirau Park. When you first walk ...

A Big Day in Rotorua

A travel blog entry by lindaandchris


... me, but she also didn't really like Chris doing the haka. The taniwha demonstrations were a bit much as well. But in the end we had a really good time and learned many of the more stereotypical? traditional? elements of Maori culture.

We also had a hangi - a meal cooked in the ground over coals - and really enjoyed singing various songs on the way back into Rotorua.

A very full, very interesting day, to be sure!

Hobbits, Sulphur, Geysers and a film set!

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


... the next ascent over volcanic ash and rocks (grips helped here) until we reached the red crater and a view of the emerald lakes. The place even looked like Mordor (as it was filmed here). We started our first descent towards the emerald lakes and past a smoking volcano. The volcano had been smoking for the last few days and it had labelled certain areas as hazardous so there was a small detour. Once we passed these we walked onto the Blue ...


This hotel, located on State Highway 30, Rd 4, Rotorua, is near Wai-o-tapu Thermal Wonderland, Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve, White Island Volcano, and NZ Riverjet Thermal Safari.
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