Terume Resort

88 Ranolf St., Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 

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Fun Kiwi adrenelin activities in RotoVegas

A travel blog entry by kthagan

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Wed Mar 12
Morning fishing
Kevin ran while Laura took boys to breakfast
Quick game of pool and pong then off to Paradise Valley Animal Park to pet the lion cubs. Had the cubs to ourselves which was special. Much rougher fur than you would expect. Cool experience. 30 kilos of power, readily apparent even in the cubs.
Kids enjoyed rest of park more than I expected which was nice. They has fun ...

Day 30 Trip to Rotorua

A travel blog entry by stuartandsue

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... jam. I only half watched the rugby because she was so interesting and very English ( originally from Wiltshire). Many of us will know Dylan Hartley's reputation as a bit of a bad boy at times and it was fascinating to hear a grandmother's perspective. Anyway up there, as one of the great events of our trip, is our meeting with Mr and Mrs Straker. Dylan Hartley's grandparents. Thank you both! Next stop is Mount Maungunai. Packed to the rafters with the national ...

Rotten eggs and luminescent poo

A travel blog entry by philandmups

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... here. You can see everything from sulphur lakes, to steam vents, to bubbling mud pools to spouting geyzers. We chose to view / smell these close up at Te Whakarewarewatanga o te Ope Taua a Wahiao. Yep, try saying that three times quickly. Or even once, slowly. It's Maori for "The Gathering Together of the War Party of Wahiao”. Obviously that name would be too long for the road signs so it instead has been shortened to Te ...

Whakarewarewa Maori Village

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen

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... to complete all of it took about an hour, it included a hot spring lake, a green lake infused with geothermal minerals and a hill top look out. What amazing value it was a days entertainment and involved serval different components. Afterwards it was a short trip to the supermarket again and back to the hostel. Giving we were in one of the most active volcanic area it seemed necessary to go to a natural spa. The hostel recommended the Polynesian Spa which was a ...

Caves, Glowworms and Maori's

A travel blog entry by cheaperthancall

... the Haka. We then had to perform to 2 dances for each other. Finally, we all sat down to tea together. It was really tasty and included the sweet potato again. We were then told stories of their past and some of their customs and beliefs. All 30 of us from the tour were then sleeping in the meeting house. We had mattresses on the floor with sleeping bags. They were surprisingly comfortable although I did struggle to get the bag open as it was caught on the fabric ...

Location

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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