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

    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 ...

    Orakei Korako Cave and Thermal Park

    A travel blog entry by sonia.robinson on Feb 25, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... in the world. It was breath taking and Chris did it all with confidence. SO thrilled he could enjoy such a wonderful experience without getting wobbly. This is a first. Refreshments needed after 2 hours walking around. Each experience seems to be the best !! Forgot to say when you need to come back over the lake you press the green button and the boat comes for you on demand. The lake was so still ...

    Rotorua – Practicing for Retirement

    A travel blog entry by ronkathy on Feb 14, 2015

    29 photos

    ... cool place; well actually…it’s pretty damn hot! Massive craters with hissing steam at the bottom, big pits of bubbling mud, sulphur smell everywhere. They could have used the name "Nasty Mud Pit of Death" on a few of the attractions. Not a very hospitable place, but a great photo op. Speaking of which, I hit a milestone in this park – took my 10,000th shot on the Nikon D90 that I bought for this trip in 2011. Yes, I take a lot of photos, done ...

    First full day in New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by davidcanham on Dec 16, 2014

    32 photos

    ... careful you change the gearstick to the drive position that requires you to change the gears, Dave has no idea how to do this. We spent the first 20 minutes of our journey in what sounded like first gear screaming at us while we were traveling at up to 80 kmh, lady never said anything about that did she. From Auckland we headed towards Rotorua. A three and a half hour car journey which was mostly incident free, other than Dave's occasional erratic driving. We noticed a lot of ...

    Road to Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by sarahbrown on Nov 18, 2014

    13 photos

    ... it. We saw fossils of a Moa that had got stuck in the cave over 2,000 years ago! We continued down the path and saw sunlight. There had been a sink hole above which had fallen through to the cave. There was a lot of water running in from it which was water from the hole even though it wasn't raining, it was just running off from the ground above. We got deeper into the cave and Hop told us all about the different rock formations. The path ended at another sink hole which was bigger ...