Wylie Court Motor Lodge
Travel Blogs from Rotorua
... not enough space for cooking!!! It will be interesting to see how we enjoy travelling around Oz for the next 4 weeks in a car staying in motels, it will be a good comparison. A big big thank you to Malc for driving us safely the thousands of miles we have covered. Tomorrow we hand our van back ready to fly to Adelaide on Saturday and to stay with one of my oldest and greatest friends Pauline, so excited. PS. Just in case you are wondering I did not find the 60 million ...
... pools offering different views of the luscious valley and each with different temperatures. The water comes straight from the spring but is cooled over a series of plateaus before visitors are able to enjoy it. The max temperature was 42 degrees and as I lover of heat (I'm always cold) this was my favourite. The Maori's have long used NZs natural hot springs for medicinal purposes to sooth ailments such as rheumatism etc. - it certainly did the trick for ...
... nose rubbing bit) and we were all welcomed in. We spent some time walking around the village learning about the culture and crafts (very interactive, they get everyone involved in learning Poi and The Haka) before putting on a show and provided a lovely dinner (Hangi) which had been cooked in the traditional earth oven (Hangi). Kia ...
... The sheep were scattered over big, fat 'Teletubbies' style hills... Was half expecting Tinky Winky to skip out from behind the clusters of sheep... I need to learn how to stop rambling... It's bad for my health.
We hopped into this tour bus... Named Gandalf. They named the bus Gandalf. Genius. Haha! It was pretty old to be fair, like fine wine... Delicate, but does the job.
We rolled up towards the entrance to Hobbiton, where we met ...
... clouds overhead. It is estimated that an olympic-sized swimming pool of water passes through the narrow gorge and over the fall every second – quite believable given the speed at which the water was flowing.
We then departed the Huka Falls, excited about our planned one night stay in Rotorua, New Zealand’s ‘thermal capital’. The anticipation continued to grow as we passed smoking areas of earth to the left and ...
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