Studio Motel

315a Fenton Street, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by mersonjames


... you drift along silently in a boat in the dark with this wonderful display above you. We take the basic walking and boat tour. There are also black water rafting tours which involve drifting along the underground river in the dark in large rubber rings, jumping over waterfalls in the dark and abseiling down the side of some of the caves. We are tempted but decide to give it a miss this time.

The ...

Rotorua - part 2

A travel blog entry by cheaperthancall


... of them which was good. At first you just see lots of craters and then some with water bubbling away. You then get the bigger ones with different colours showing due to the different minerals in the ground. The final pool was a bright yellow-green, it looked like limeade! Isn't nature brilliant. My favourites were the artists pallet and champagne pool.This was massive with loads of different reds and yellows showing ...

Kia Ora!

A travel blog entry by mikeandrachel

This is a top pick!

... bus ride for Auckland and is situated between several volcanoes on the North Island. The area is quite unique as it is only one of four places in the world where geothermal activity can be seen (along with Yellowstone National Park in America, Iceland and Russia). It is also known for Maori culture and attracts lots of tourists each year.

As soon as you enter Rotorua you immediately see signs of the geothermal activity ...

New month's resolutions!

A travel blog entry by lisannelee


... li>Maintain my current weight

  • Drink more water (I think that I must have this on my New Year’s resolution list for the last five years and somehow I always try to find an excuse to not do it, maybe this year will be different and I will manage to drink the required 6-8 glasses of water per day!)
  • Spend less than 1000 this month in Australia and New Zealand
  • Learn more about aromotherapy
  • Learn about Chinese ...

  • Hobbits, Hangi and Hot Water

    A travel blog entry by katandpete


    ... indeed would not exist at all if it wasn't for an enormous chain of eruptions centuries ago. The earths crust is only around 12km thick in this area of the world (as opposed to 40km in most other areas) which is why the rock and subterranean water resevoirs become superheated and bubble and steam out of the ground. Rotorua itself is a really cool town and as you walk down the street its pretty common to see steam rising from the sewer vents and/or bubbling hot water or mud pools not ...

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    This hotel, located on 315a Fenton Street, Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Swoop Rotorua, Rotorua Museum, and Rotorua Museum.
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