Capri Court Motor Inn
Travel Blogs from Rotorua
We had a spectacular day and have the video footage to prove it. After looking at their website for months, Tom and I finally got to go on the Canopy Tour .... ziplining through the forest.
We arrived at 8:30 and were fitted with our harness that would be used to suspend us to a wire 40 metres above the forest floor and send us flying at …
... misplaces the key outside the door before entering and even blames me for not checking which made me even ******. I brought up the stuff of her being not flexible during the travel in which she cried. This is where I feel that I've spoken too harshly and not being mature enough so I apologise. The whole purpose here is to enjoy and after all it is just some misunderstanding. I try to make her laugh in the end to reach out of awkward zone.
Tonight we head out ...
... world's largest pizza for dinner at a restaurant above the cinema, advertised as the best pizza in NZ. Good it was too, but I was unable to finish it, although Jane completed her more modestly sized option. We then watched the Grand Budapest Hotel movie, slightly weird but we enjoyed having a night out for a change.
For two days we just did local stuff in Nelson, we cooked in twice, not done that since the campervan. On ...
... which owners dedicate themselves to different professions. We could see several loaves of fresh bread being sold in front of one of the holes, baskets full of fruits after seasonal picking, clean clothes hanging over the washing lines or white smoke coming out of some chimneys. I felt like somebody managed to bring a childish dream to life. It was a great experience to be there!
After we checked most of the Hobbit holes we took a tiny pathway leading us to The Green Dragon, ...
... but on a smaller scale. Our guide was very open about the fact tourism is their main business and they are running a business by sharing their native culture with the world. They are good at what they do because they entertain more tourists than any other city in New Zealand. The thermal baths for healing and the Maori culture are their drawing cards As we watched some of their rituals, we had to ask ourselves if this for show or is it real.We learned ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking