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 …
... back of the boat, and I was sat bewildered in the middle, wondering what had become of my companions! All in all, an exhilarating experience. Elated, we rode back to our camper to prepare for another evening of entertainment; New Zealand's most awarded cultural tourism attraction of the Tamaki Maori Village. Picked up from our hostel along with a large group of backpackers on the Kiwi Experience, our bus driver quickly enticed us into the spirit of the evening by ...
... lovely coloured helmets, and joined the increasing line for luge. We all had to do the scenic route....for all first timers, and seemed to constantly get stuck behind a large group of tourists ( the Chinese type). The open chairlift took us back to the top. Although I wasn't real keen to go on it, that was the only way back to the top. And it didn't stop me going down the luge a second and third time. Connor was with me each time, and as we got extra tickets from someone else, the ...
We were packed and checked out by 9:30. We had to drive inland to Rotorua which is only about 85 kms from Whakatane. We drove most of the way through farmland with either sheep or cattle in the fields. We passed a couple of small lakes and stopped for hot drinks in a cafe in a tiny little place on the edge of a lake. The village looked as if it was full of holiday homes. Although we didn't eat anything the cakes in the cafe all looked homemade and delicious. Even with the stop ...
... place looks like it was opened some years ago with great plans and sold out...the new owners who appear to be Chinese...have left it dirty.....and while I'm on a rant....please stop serving hot coffee in a glass....it's far too hot to cold...and I want to drink it hot...not luke warm...idiots. Avoid this place in future! Our target today is Waitomo, famous for it's huge cave networks. There are many ways to access these caves but on the good advice of ...
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