Executive on Fenton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bus. We had a two hour tour around the park. We must of got there in time as the some of the geysers were erupting. They occur every hour but you never know when in the hour. The main geyser was called the Prince of Wales geyser, and it was impressive. We took numerous pictures and soon sat on some hot rocks. It was so nice, it felt like a heated chair, all the more nicer as it was a cold, miserable day. Also, in the park was some mud pools, unfortunately these were ...
... a few dozen yards out. A couple of guys went in for a swim with their dogs. The most spectacular part of the day was still to come. Turning off the highway, we slowly trundled along a gravel track, meandering around pot holes. Every couple of minutes, another car would pass in the opposite direction, giving us heart that we were heading in the right direction for the natural phenomenon that Kori had read about online. Parking up in ...
We found a cute holiday park in Matamata with its very own hot pools. This country is literally swimming in hot pools – they are everywhere. Josh found out this holiday park and its pools have been here since at least the 50's. It was a cute place, and a great base camp for Rotorua and Hobbiton adventures.
While my parents spent the day finding out how unbelievably magical Hobbiton is and ...
... on the sand in some places as Helen found out! Ouch! After some glade starts finding the beginning of the trail we were on our way with steep ascents, descents, stunning views & cooling lakeside dips all the way back to the car. We did it in around 5 hours with stops. It was the longest walk that Nia has ever done which was impressive as it was by no means ...
... to view the volcanic sinter terraces with their bubbling little pools, yellow sulphur-encrusted vents and wisps of steam. The lookout gave us a great view over the Blue Pool (coloured by the underground bits) and the geyser from a different direction; unlike other reserves where the geysers are set off by the addition of soap flakes into the vent, here they perform naturally 4 or 5 times an hour. We wanted to see the Pohutu go off, but it was ...