Capri Court Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua
... the post comes from. I can now check off on my bucket list going completely naked to change into my togs (Kiwi for swimsuit) in the middle of a forest in the dead of winter. Rotorua is about an hour and a half away from where I live in Tauranga, so this was an exciting find! Because of all the geothermal activity in the area, very often you find lakes of hot water mixing with rivers of cold water. Or they are hot water rivers that further downstream are no longer ...
... maintained today by five full-time gardeners to keep the magic of The Shire alive. The environment is 100% real with the produce going to the gardeners and the Alexander family. However, some features of the landscape aren't quite as authentic; the oak tree that stands near Bilbo's house and overlooks Bag End is in fact made of steel and silicone, and is adorned with 200,000 artificial leaves flown in from Taiwan. Astonishingly, the tree only features in the film ...
... worth the steep walk to see.
Amy and I finished the day with a couple of hours of shopping before picking up the 'forest freaks' and heading back to the motel for a feed and spa.
It was quite a relaxing day compared to some days where we've really crammed in a lot and come home exhausted!
Tomorrow we're off to the Wai-O-Tapo Thermal Wonderland which is number 2 on Tripadvisor :)
... the cultural significance of the bubbling pools, silica terraces and geysers in the area. Sandra was very well-informed and we really enjoyed listening to her tales and anecdotes.
An interesting story about various religious missionaries coming to the Whakarewarewa Maori, trying to get them to embrace their particular faith and practices. The chief at the time was confused by organized religion, so he went ...
... Angela) Don't worry, I'm not that ill, just a minor inconvenient blocked nose. I found the kiwi farm very interesting, the trees do not need watering ever, as the roots reach down 5 metres to the water table and the soil is so rich there is hardly ever any need to fertilise it. I was interested to see the gold kiwi variety, apparently it is exported to the UK but I have never seen it in shops at home. Unless Tesco's has the monopoly in them, in ...