Travellers Motor Lodge

Address: 1101 Fenton Street , Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1101 Fenton Street , Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Rotorua Museum, Swoop Rotorua, and Rotorua Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

09.04.15

A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Apr 12, 2015

... one other overnight stay group (all Kiwis). We all got several tasks to do. The first thing we did I can’t explain in English. Also wir haben aus einem bestimmten Blatt das Äußere abgeschabt so das nur noch weiße Fäden übrig waren. In früherer Zeit haben die Maories das dann für alles Mögliche verwendet, aber wir haben es in ein endlos langes Seil eingeflochten. Dieses Seil bestand aus allen Fäden die Besucher vor ...

The Goat

A travel blog entry by carolynaubrey on Mar 28, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... and encouraging, often calling you by name (written on your race bib), clapping and cheering. They had hiked into the forest the night before and camped at their allocated checkpoints, a fantastic initiative by the organisers.
Th descent finally came, but brought no relief, some parts were a clay covered water course, slick and slippery. At other times there were drops of a metre or more, with knee deep mud at the bottom. Or more stairs and damn tree ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by loriandjohn on Feb 13, 2015

25 photos

... from getting very wet bums it was good to be out in the water enjoying the sunshine and the scenery. John decided to take some time out chilling under a tree watching the float planes taking off and landing. On our return to Rotorua, John and I headed to the Te Po indigenous evening to experience some more Maori culture and entertainment. John was invited to go on the stage to learn the ...

Rotorua and bacon butties

A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 28, 2015

15 photos

... see a lot more and be more serious about what we were actually standing on. Basically a vat of liquid boiling magma which could blow at anytime. Guy assured us that volcanologists visit every two weeks to monitor the area so a bit of reassurance there.
It was starting to get dark and the geyser is lit up and it was bubbling away, you could here the plop plop of the mud and the vegetation and trees surrounding were steaming it was very surreal but hypnotising. ...

Caves and hobbits!

A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Jan 12, 2015

41 photos

... just have to remember it!

Then we drove over to Raukuri Cave to get a tour there. Again a fabulous limestone cave that seemed to just go on forever. One chamber after another of pretty formations and glow worms galore. Clearly it was all too exciting for Lotte who had fallen asleep by the end of the tour.

It was around lunchtime when we emerged from our caving adventure, and we stopped in the first town we got to to ...