Comfort Inn Cascades
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Well there are simply too many activities to do in and around Rotorua given it's the 2nd largest tourist destinations in NZ. Given the time constraints, we could only fit in a couple:
Wai-o-taup Thermal Wonderland - we saw the mud pool and Lady Knox Geyser at the entrance area first, then took a 90 minutes guided walk to see all of …
... Amy, Cory, Naill (one of Cory's house mates) and I all went out for a cycle around the bike tracks that Cory and I will be leading people on. It was all good fun and despite some tight turns and steep drops no-one died so that was good. The 4 of us spent the afternoon mucking around playing Frisbee in the lake and after Cory and I got a bit too competitive playing a glorified version of piggy in the middle I managed to dismember my big toe on a rock! ...OK so it wasn't ...
... me for an interview! I was so happy….after weeks of applications, it was just the boost I needed. Looking back at my application for this particular school then looking it up online, I couldn’t have hoped for a better interview opportunity. It was a beautiful private girls’ school right in the heart of a lovely part of Auckland. Ok, so a job in Taupo where Gerald works would have been more perfect….but beggars can’t be choosers; I’d just ...
So we got on the bus and checked out our new "friends". Obviously everyone is polite to begin with.....that soon changed. Our bus driver was a crazy guy called Dylan - when I say crazy I mean crazy. First stop was a place called hot water beach and we had a lovely little hostel which was like a holiday park - really clean and modern which made a change from prison.....I mean Auckland. Took a stroll to Cathedral Cove which is a lovely little secluded beach. Ria and I ...
... This was a really nice place that absolutely stank of sulphur and all the bad things in the world. Not only that, but the smell came in waves, so you could never get used to it.
We got there at 10, just in time to go and see The Lady Knox Geyser erupt. A very knowledgeable man came and gave a little talk about it- it was discovered by prison labour, used to wash clothes, and gave them a surprise when they induced it with soap from clothes. He then proceeded to induce ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting