Gwendoline Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had the most tastiest cooked breakfast of eggs on toast and hash browns at 8am. Hopped on the bus at 8:45am and headed towards Rotorua making stops at the Huka falls and the bubbling geothermic mud pools. Once we got to Rotoura we got a guided tour of the Ohinemutu Village which included a welcoming ceremony where out chief Evan, introduced us and then we sang drops of Jupiter. The main houses and ...
... sure of something, I've slowly been becoming a bit more confident at the wheel of our lovely Toyota Corolla (affectionately known as Latoya) and haven't done anything extremely dangerous....yet.
On arrival in Rotorua the first thing you can't fail to notice is the smell - the place is known for having a lot of geothermal activity, and as a result it totally reeks - it's a bit like the kind of **** smell you'd ...
We had another awesome day today. We headed to Lake Taupo or 'Toe-poo' as the Maori's pronounce it …lol! We stopped at the Huka Falls on the way. They were quite a sight especially after the rain we've had here this week. Apparently the remnants of cyclone Ita that hit north QLD on the weekend. The falls were really running but I'm pretty sure they are normally anyway. Got lots of photos as we do.
We then went up the road to Hukafalls ...
... so with Rugby. Their team, the All Blacks, are current World Champs and in 2015 the World Championships are coming to New Zealand. The official team jersey replicate costs about $300, and you see a number of them on the streets. Jean was born in the UK but has lived is Australia about 30 years. She travels to New Zealand regularly and was very keen about where we had been and our impressions. They were a wealth of knowledge and gave us a great tip on where to ...
... I won't see them as I will not cross the threshold of any Tesco. When the harvest is ready to pick it is all done by hand, New Zealand employs 25,000 people to do this, mainly backpackers, and it pays to be short as the trees form tunnels only about 5 feet high. The standard measurement of the harvest is 'the tray' which is exactly 3.5 kg in weight and the fruit are picked before they are ripe and then stored for up to 9 months in a sealed ...