Wildwood Lodge

Morehu Road, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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Rotorua

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan

9

... rest for a few minutes, enjoying the views down the valley and over the volcanoes, before heading up the final climb to the top of Red Crater. Once at the top we get beautiful views down to the Emerald Lakes, the Central Crater and the Blue Lake beyond. However, the slope down to the lakes is very steep and is covered in deep scree. It takes a while to descend carefully – there are quite a few people falling over, indeed Linda falls over a few times, which is a ...

Thermal Activity

A travel blog entry by john_chris

27

... ponds and lakes and over terraces of silica, which has been deposited as the boiling water has evaporated. The weather was fairly good when we started, with some sunny periods, but as our tour went on, it became more and more cloudy and a steady drizzle persisted through the latter part of our stay.
As a result, when we returned to the Champagne Pool after detours on an extended walkway, the drizzle was so heavy and the wind so strong and gusty that we couldn't see ...

Sulphur Clouds and Christmas Presents

A travel blog entry by colochisima

2
36

... staff who found it on a path nearby. Naughty boy!

The next day we visited the Rotorua city park, with its bubbling mud pools and hot springs and discovered another Maori village on the coast. In some places the asphalt was boiling hot and steam evaporated from the cracks in the sidewalk. We tried to steer Nico's buggy around the hot parts as best as we could and ended up on the lake front and took a break. While Gaby and I sat in the grass Nico ...

Rotorua

A travel blog entry by sojealous

2

... This birds singing all through the night made it very long cold one. We vow to get some electric blankets. At breakfast a Spanish couple,who have very little English, sign language to us that they have locked themselves out of their camper van. At 8pm Col goes to reception to see if they can help them. The guy at reception says it is always the ones who don't speak any English that it happens to. He soon appears at ...

RAFTING DAY

A travel blog entry by annetty

1

... head dow to the river. We carried the raft on our heads down to the edge of the water. We stoof around looking at the current and we all joined in on a Moari prayer to thank the land and the moari tribe for letting us ride on it as they still own the river. Also to ask for protection from above to keep us safe. The spirituality of it all made me feel a little safer even though I had no idea what the words he spoke actually meant. We split into 3 groups Kristy lead one ...

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