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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... as well as some of the most incredible agriculture lands you will ever see. Another thing we had become accustomed to on the SI was the extremely narrow and windy roads of New Zealand. Not to be outdone, the North Island matched and at times exceeded the South in this area, making driving our 24 foot motor home a tricky task at times! The next couple, of days were spent making our way down the east coast until we reached Rotorua and our first real highlights of the island. Rotorua ...
... land soon after before the many others all came bunched together from their 15,000 feet jump. The subtle difference in all of their similar expressions as each person landed was quite enjoyable and I was glad that we had jumped first rather than others waiting for us. Returning to the air bunker, we de-overalled before heading into a little movie theatre to watch a cool compilation video of everyone's recorded jumps. We also featured at the start for some intro waves and then as ...
... The first fellow checks all of the clips and a second guy re-checks them. I the stood up and shuffled over to the edge of the platform with the awaiting water 154ft below. I got to the edge and hesitated, no flipping way, there is nothing to hold on to, all I see is wires and water, screw this. The fellow says raise your hands, my left hand is lowered holding on to the railing. I raise both hands, turn to smile to the camera, look down and confirm this is ...
... which crowd similar places in Rotorua itself. There were a few campers and cars in the carpark despite the rain. Our first stop was the cafeteria where we refuelled with a late lunch from a great selection of yummy hot food, cake, coffee and milkshakes.
There were few people about as we went in. A trail leads in three loops down and around various hot pools, craters, steamy streams and waterfalls. Visitors can do just the first loop around the ...
I wonder where all those smells come from. Was that one of the kids. Checked out the geyser in the rain first which was seeded with a little detergent like material to break the surface tension below then headed back to the main area to check out the rest of the park. So many amazing colours and features you just don't see at home. Can't say I kiss the smells through. ...