Quality Inn on Fenton
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua
Having a year off is like being a school kid and having an eternal summer break...awesome!!!
I recall during a normal week, I would start to get ready for bed around 10 p.m. and be sleeping by 11 p.m.
Now that every day is a Saturday, we have no pressure to 'go to bed early' because we have no …
... about life, weapons, carvings, face tattoos, living conditions and so forth, our hungi dinner was also rather delicious.
Rotorua has the tulip festival on so all is very pretty, all the motels down the main street have no vacancies and it is wall to wall tourist season. Last night there were 21 nationalities in the one room and we weren’t the majority which surprised me.
Anyway that is it for today as always ...
... just read the blog. Poppy was saying the wave's weren't great, but i loved them.. as you can see in the pictures. Bit dumpy but so mellow in comparison to Raglan. However sadly that was the last of summer! The temperature dropped by 10 degrees and then it has rained so heavily this week it is alarming! so while the Uk has had a heat wave we've had a cold wave! Looking at the forecast we may yet get some sunshine again soon.. fingers crossed.
... which brought many people from Europe after explorers found them. A massive earthquake in 1886, the worst ever in New Zealand, buried several villages and flooded the popular cascading pools. Today we saw several pools with steam pouring out from them. The city smells of sulfar, a not so pleasant scent! Went to an evening of Maori culture with a Hangi feast that is ...
... nothing. However I could hear Steve's voice saying "but we've got bloody hundreds of pictures" !!!
It was quite quick to Rotorua, but that was probably because i was so happy after visiting the actual film set I had seen on my TV back at home.
I was so naive as, when you think of New Zealand, most people's first thought is, Rotorua, geysers and bubbling pools of boiling hot water. NOT that it is a huge built up sprawling city by a lake !! Even ...