The Lakehouse Hotel

4145 Lake Road, Rotorua, North Island, 3040, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4145 Lake Road, Rotorua, is near Polynesian Spa, Swoop Rotorua, Kuirau Park, and Ohinemutu.
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Day One Hundred & Five: Hobbit Hunting

A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla on Apr 17, 2014

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... metre geysers spout among kaleidoscopic mineral pools, steam wafts over cauldrons of boiling mud and terraces of encrusted silicates drip like stalactites. Fascinating as this geography lesson was, our main pull towards this volcanic location was the Grade Five White Water Rafting of the Okere Section of the Kaituna River. Strapping into yet another fetching ensemble of our trip, we payed respect to the people of the river; Ngati Pikiao, by the way of karakia ...

Bubbling mud, geysers and geothermal pools!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Mar 27, 2014

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... outstanding, especially the two films, one on the history of Rotorua and one on the revered WWII 28 Maori Battalion. We could have spent several hours there, but it closed at 5 pm, so off we went again!
We stopped at the Thursday night market to have a gander at the crafts and fresh produce and have a munch from the food stalls, mussel fritters, skewers of calamari & chicken and a steaming bowl ...

A wet soggy day in Rotorua

A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen on Mar 15, 2014

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... as the first one was. We had a few hours to spare before our evening pre booked authentic Maori experience so we decided on the recommendation of our driver to try out the Polynesian Spa for some hot mineral bathing as you do in one of the worlds largest geothermal areas. Our original intention was to hire some swimwear as this was a spur of the moment decision and we hadn't taken anything out with us. However much to Rob's delight a ...

Thermal Wonderland

A travel blog entry by lanen on Feb 21, 2014

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... a lovely walk. We even bumped into the couple we had met and talked to yesterday in that windmill in Foxton. Small world!

On the way down to Rotorua we followed a sign to another mud-pool: Some 40 by 60 m of greyish/blackish mud gently bubbling with the occasional belch. Photography of these belches is not easy; one has to press on exactly the right moment to catch a good bloop. It took a while…

We found our motel in Rotorua ...

Dancers and Geysers, Not Together Though

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Feb 11, 2014

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... maneuvers used for hunting and combat. We've seen many pictures of Maori sticking out their tongues. Statues of Maori gods also feature this. It is an act of intimidation, which is why it is featured prominently in the haka (war dance). One of the male dancers took special zeal in sticking his tongue out while dancing. Both of us enjoyed the dances.

Toward the end of the show, the women showed us how they use poi balls in their performances. They then ...

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