Terume Resort

Address: 88 Ranolf St., Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 88 Ranolf St., Rotorua, is near Wai-o-tapu Thermal Wonderland, Tamaki Maori Village, Polynesian Spa, and Kuirau Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua

    Roto-vegas baby, Roto-vegas!

    A travel blog entry by thehumphreys on May 12, 2015

    13 photos

    ... lunch we road a few miles out of town to Whakarewarewa ('Whaka" for short) Trails bike park. Along the way we passed Puia cultural center, home to the Pohutu geyser which is Rotorua's version of Old Faithful. We biked ahead until the met with with trailed head of the Pohaturoa trail which is hiking only. We hiked to summit past the Trig surveyor station to an incredible overlook of the city and Pohutu geyser. Amazing views of the geyser, and best of all the ...

    Event day

    A travel blog entry by susannarachel on Apr 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and I lined up with dozens of children and a few parents, again on the grassy hill. And we were off, Darius disappearing in seconds in a throng of little boys before I crested the first rise. I felt like the Man from Snowy River - I could see him through the trees descending a distant slope and accelerating away, while I could hardly raise a trot! But then we hit the path along the foreshore - so much easier - ...

    Thermal Wonderland & Steaming Villages

    A travel blog entry by jason152z on Mar 20, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... as the traditional Tortara wood has the ability for one to carve against the grain. Status and achievements are marked on the faces and when you see a tongue out its a man, no tongue a woman. The three fingers as hands signify birth, life and death; the Maori traditions are simplistic, understanding and sensible. As a background the traditional Haka as was performed later is a stimulation of the body and heart, a psychological performance to ...

    Week two on the North Island..

    A travel blog entry by beckieandella on Mar 07, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... were treated to a Maori feast and you can only imagine the site when 80 backpackers, living off instant noodles, are surrounded by unlimited home cooked food! Let's just say we didn't need to eat the next day.. Following this we enjoyed a few drinks at the hostel bar with our group where we ended up getting involved in funny dares to get free drinks! Our next stop was Taupo where we planned to spend 2 nights. This was such a treat as life on ...

    Rotorua – Practicing for Retirement

    A travel blog entry by ronkathy on Feb 14, 2015

    29 photos

    ... 8217;t like us much when we park the car, barks allot from inside the garage. But he is pretty friendly when he arrives on our deck most evenings looking for a snack. He was a happy camper on steak night…]

    The next two days we leave the car parked and do some serious practicing for retirement – kayaking, swimming, hiking, going to the local store / beer garden and of course ending up each day with cocktail hour and epic BBQ meals ala Ron. ...