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Travel Blogs from Rotorua
... hops. Hilarious. It was like being the car with Fred again just after his 17th. We knew the way back to the Partridges but the drive there was far from smooth, filling both of us with dread for the next 110 miles. After just about still being friends, we went back into the house to pack our bags for the next 3 days. To our delight Emily had made an excessive amount of Anzac biscuits so we were able to take some with us on our journey. Back in the red car and ...
... it's an excuse to house a few expensive restaurants and a casino. I head downtown to people watch, I'm amazed at the number of Asians and Chinese in particular. There's a couple us food courts and one of them is completely Asian with Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese food stalls...I'm annoyed I ate lunch at home! Walking between malls it starts to rain and I'm forced to take shelter in the ...
... wagons, take a photo using a "selfie stick" then bugger off back to their cars and on to the next destination. Now I have an observation here. When did it become necessary to have with you at all times, an extending metal rod, with a clamp on the end, designed and created solely for the purpose of taking your own photo!! I get that maybe people don't trust other people with their devices, but really!!! It was bloody lethal trying to get past them all!!! It was like a light ...
... up to the top ready to enjoy a gourmet buffet at the sky view restaurant. Ant and Julie drove the luge down again as their ticket was still valid, while Scott and I ensured we got a good table in the restaurant close to the dessert table. Haha The smorgasbord was incredible. Everything you can think of was on offer and every kind of cuisine. I opted for salmon steak, grilled fish, mussels and a combination on different salads and ...
... member then spoke to us in Maori (obviously we had no clue what he was saying) but we were told that basically he was welcoming us and introducing us to our surroundings. Two greeting songs were performed and then we had to perform our song. We had to elect a chief who also gave a short speech thanking the Maori. Next came the awkward bit. In Maori culture the traditional way to greet someone is called a hongi. It includes shaking hands and touching noses twice with ...