Powderhorn Chateau Mount Ruapehu
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was amazing the amount of things you could pick up, play with and investigate. You couldn't really go inside the houses since they were just a facade with the indoor scenes filmed in studios, but it was still a beautiful and magical experience. The only problem was all of the flowers they maintain in the area gave me crazy hayfever, which I'm not sure I've ever had in January before.
That afternoon we arrived in Rotorua, which is sometimes called Sulphur City due ...
... lifted the sight to her eye. I've never seen anyone look so keen to kill something before. She looked demented, As she took aim, and couldn't find the cat in the trees she started to curse and shout "It's $50 if I nail this cat". We all watched as she scanned the treeline for the target. She adjusted the sight on top of the rifle and scanned again. Half of me wanted to see this thing be fired. I was curious as to how much of the cat would be left. I had a ...
... waited a little at the top to see if it would get better....Weather pattern changing quickly at this Location.... at 4:30 PM I had enough for today .... Here is my opinion on the North Island Ski Areas Whakapapa Turoa. ... Nice View but early morning it is pretty Icy and in the afternoon mushy. Snow is rather Wet...not much power like you find at Lake Tahoe. Prices are rather High at $99/ Day and the equipment is pretty much outdated ... on the positive side I was told that all ...
... no clue what to do. We tried to contact their boss but attempt failed. Finally she provided a suite rooms instead of backpackers but the happiness did not remain for long. Boss came over and charged us extra for using the suite.
It was very quite place with less number of restaurants and bars. we had our dinner in a lavish restaurant and customized our food for our veggie lovers. Moreover we taught "tamil" to a KIWI to say "get out" to Suresh.
... the distance.
As it was still light when we finished our walk, we followed the advice we'd received earlier at the local information centre and tried to get ...