Princes Gate Hotel
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There's an unmistakable aroma throughout the interior of the northern island. Like the cities of Akaroa or Dunedin on the south island, Rotorua is on a volcano ...except the volcanos up here are active and spew sulphur-rich steam all day and night. Rotorua is too commercialized for my liking but has covenient sight-seeing connections to both coasts.
Drove south east to rotorua.
Went to the museum and then to the hotspring.
Attended outdoor concert at night but it rained.
This morning we have booked a local Maori experience, whereby we get a flavour for the lifestyle of indigenous people of New Zealand, which should be fun! Our tour begins with a Chiefs welcome ceremony, which occurs when one tribe enters the land of another tribe, and they are offered a peace token, or prepare for battle! We head inside the hall, …
7.30am sharp we all check out of the hotel and begin our 2h30 drive to Waitomo, for our black water rafting adventure booked for 10.30. Little did we realise what this actually entailed, and when we got there and had to squeeze into freezing cold wetsuits when the ground still hasn't thawed through, understandably we were all smuggling peanuts! Our …
I left Auckland on Saturday morning and headed south to Rotorua, an area known for the beauty of volcano created mountains, lakes, geysers and geothermal parks, as well as native Maori culture. I hit the road on an Intercity Bus, which was clean, comfortable and doubled as a free-tour, since the driver obviously enjoyed sharing tips and highligh...Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand slpbls
In the morning, we drove to our first destination in the Kawhia Bay, called Ocean Beach. We had to be there around the low tide because you can dig a pit in the sand and let the hot springs under the sand fill the "tub" with hot water. Pretty amazing huh? You can do this in two places on the North Island, and this one was the least out of the wa...Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand oulous