SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland
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... manuka honey bee hives and the manuka bush. Ben picked too many kiwi fruit and we ended up with a bag full of them... There's only two of us! We arrived at our lovely boutique hotel in Rotorua late afternoon and decided to enjoy their natural hot pool and went out for dinner. On Monday we spent most of the day in the Polynesian Spa, we had an amazing and very unique massage using Aix Spa Therapy which is designed to combine jets of warm water with a ...
... animal food feeding trout, ducks and llamas.
Next stop was the Ogo. Finn and I rode together and it was fun. Will be excited to see the video. He enjoyed it so much that he went for a second run.
We headed back to the animal park for the 2:30 lion feeding. It was interesting but not phenomenal. We had a picnic lunch of yummy Indian in the shade and headed home for some rest. We bought gas, bread and ice cream on ...
... rind...yum. Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud.... Angela and I decided to start today by visiting one of the many geo-thermal areas around Rotorua. Orakei Koraku is one of the less known spots about 30 miles south of the town. We chose it because it gave us a bit of a walk and was unlikely to have a line of tour buses outside. The landscape about is an odd mix of volcano and softly undulating hillocks, grassy and rather 'hobbit' friendly I suspect. We crossed a small river ...
... appeared to have made any effort to cash in on their association with the film, apart form one cafe the Dew Drop Inn, where we had a quick sandwich and pot of tea before our 11am coach to the Hobbiton Village, which leaves from the iSite. Inside the cafe they had also only just started to develop the Hobbit theme and they have a wall that is a specially rendered image that looks pixilated but 3D in a photo. They had a little box of hobbit clothes for ...
... she wasn't at all rude, it felt a bit like she hadn't really wanted any guests. This wasn’t surprising considering that to use the bathroom or the kitchen we had to walk through the living area, between the sofa and the TV, interrupting their viewing of The King’s Speech! I had asked on the phone if there were kitchen facilities because we would be arriving late and would need to make dinner. Bruce had enthusiastically informed me that there was a fully equipped ...