Trinity Wharf Tauranga
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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yes, it was great
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... used to steam their veges over these steam holes and many people still do as the steam rises from all around Rotorua - in parks and house yards.
14.5% of the population of New Zealand are Maoris. There are no longer any full bloods or half caste Maoris and 50% of the population of Rotorua are of Maori descent.
We travel to the Te Puia thermal reserve. We are greeted by our guide Rob whose real name was so long that he'd cut it short for us. I noticed he had ...
... costing me about $125, so I hope it's worth it. I'm not 100% feeling the idea, because it's a lot of money when you have no income, and after all I'm not here as a traditional 'tourist'. However, I have vowed to take the opportunities which fall across my lap; I never planned to be up here in Tauranga, but the fact is that I am, and as ever I must be adaptive and fluid and jump at the chances I get to have memorable experiences! Plus the weather looks like it'll be ...
... even care, not a smidge. We got off and thought to ourselves "literally what just happened?" Ahhh you had to be there but if you know what we are like together, you can bet your bottom dollar it was funnier than funny. My toe nail is still on edge and today I trod in glass. I really need to take better care of my feet. I also have an atrocious headache and mild whiplash from the jump, probably wasn't the best to crash down with my arms out stretched! Shalom. Ero Tergum ...
... and a 'heated to 36 degrees' pool. While there, we booked onto a trip to visit the White Island - NZ's only marine volcano and its most active - but were gutted when it was cancelled twice due to gale-force winds making it impossible for the boat to land safely on the island. Oh well, a reason to come back one day. However, all was not lost as we got to spend a couple of hours geeking it up at Hobbiton, the movie set used for The Shires. It ...
... is basically a hamster ball made out of plastic with an inner ball that is suspended inside the larger outer ball. You go inside the inner ball, they add water, you get locked in and rolled down a hill, this sounds like a blast and something we had to try. We opted for the two run package including a straight roll down the hill and the sidewinder which runs down a track that is very reminiscent of a boarder cross track with bank turns and corners.