Studio Motel

Address: 315a Fenton Street, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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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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      Travel Blogs from Rotorua

      Thermalgebiete und Maorishow

      A travel blog entry by teti on Jan 17, 2015

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      Heute haben wir wirklich einen langen Tag gehabt. Zuerst haben wir eine kleine Wanderung im Volcanic Valley gemacht. Hier konnten wir erste Eindrücke in die thermale vulkanische Geschichte Neuseelands sammeln. Wir haben viele heiße Quellen gesehen und konnten einige Krater ablaufen. Danach haben wir das touristische Highlight Waiotapu …

      Rotorua, New Zeland

      A travel blog entry by chelseanoble90 on Dec 07, 2014

      ... Following on from the relaxing morning in the spa, the obvious way to spend the afternoon would be to swing through trees like monkeys right?! haha. This was another one of my favourites, I felt like I was on 'I'm a celebrity get me out of here!'. The main activity was zip ling through the tree tops, such good fun. We were with a lovely group too and a really funny tour guides. Ben managed to zip line upside down! haha. What also made it pretty surreal was the trickle of ...

      Caves, Culture and Hot Springs

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... down time while sorting our sleeping arrangements and then came the fun part of the evening. The family performed a number of songs and dances for us and explained that the importance of this is Maori culture is due to the fact that the Maori language isn't written. So young members are taught the language verbally and through song and dance. It is also seen as a form of expression and openness. They also showed us some of the weapons used in wars and the significance ...

      How I did it

      A travel blog entry by coyaustinwilson on Nov 09, 2014


      So lately I have been asked by a handful of friends about the process of immigrating to New Zealand to live/work. The way I did it wasn't exactly the best way but I have since learned from my experience and can tell you how to do it the right way.

      First, you need to make up your mind. Decide if you really are going to do it. People tell me the WANT to do it all the time but in almost all cases they don't have the self confidence and ambition.

      'Maggots' Farm

      A travel blog entry by clyde90s on Jun 17, 2014

      ... start so we walk around and take some photo. There is a shepherd performing a show with the dog by directing the sheep to the pen. The shepherd is really proud to mention that the dog is a young star that learn quickly.

      The tractor bus came to pick us up and drive us up to the hill. Herd of cow came running toward us like it had all been rehearse when the guide pull out the dry food. Some of the cow even step on the platform of the bus to eat the food from ...