Rotorua Hideaway Lodge
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- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... everyone.. Nikki here. I just felt the need to tell you how good the lamb was. It truly was delicious. It was succulent, yet so tender. Almost melt in the mouth. The chicken did not compare. The salad did not compare. The potatoes did not compare. It really was incomparable. They also had mint sauce to drizzle over. Outstanding so it was. If you are not a fan of lamb, I suggest you dig a pit in your garden, light a fire and cook it for 4 hours before trying it again, believe me, it's worth ...
... walk to see a little bit more of Rotorua. For dinner we had bacon and egg tagliatelle, which was basically our breakfast if you swap the tagliatelle with toast. Such flashpackers.
On our last morning we had a bit of a lie in before packing our stuff up and heading downstairs to do a bit of rock climbing before our bus to Auckland! It was only $12!! (£5 ish). It was really fun, and again felt like something you should do whilst in NZ. ...
On my way from Tahiti to Sydney, I did a quick weekend stop-over in the North Island of New Zealand in order to visit Emma, a Kiwi friend from Biogen, and her familly. We went to visit Rotorua and Tauranga wich was a lot of fun. Thanks for having me ...
... are here in NZ for the first time. We traded stories and learned that their area - 10 hour drive west of Cairns, is in a drought and has not seen rain for three years !!! It reminded me of the rain we encountered in Morocco in the region that has not seen a drop of rain for years before we arrived.
Out next adventure was at the Thermal Wonderland located between Taupo and Rotorua. Christine and Caleb went in ahead of me and spoke with one of the ...
... Maori village cultural experience. This tour gave us a chance to see how the Maori people lived and the village itself, pre Europeans. The bus picked us up at seven in the evening and took us on a short drive to a village just outside the town. On the way, we learnt some words in Maori and what we would be expecting throughout the evening. On arrival we were welcomed with a unforgettable entrance. A challenge that they perform before anyone is allowed into the gates ...