Gwendoline Motor Inn

Address: Cnr. Fenton & Gwendoline Streets, Rotorua, North Island, 3010, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on Cnr. Fenton & Gwendoline Streets, Rotorua, is near Wai-o-tapu Thermal Wonderland, Polynesian Spa, Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve, and Kaituna Cascades Raft & Kayak Expeditions.
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Maori Living Village and Redwoods

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jun 01, 2015

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... grew up here bathing in approximately 100C the boiling point for water. We could see the naturally formed 'baths' they use and the water was bubbling slightly. Our guide matter of factly noted that many people around the world adapt to their environment. There is a heavy smell of sulphur here with steam also prevalent al around giving the village a mysterious feel. The Pink and White Terraces were a tourist ...


A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Apr 13, 2015

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... 10pm, and time for us to go. We thought that was the end of the entertainment, but on our bus we had two of the lads, who got us all singing on the way back. It was like being on a school trip, but it was a lot of fun and we all sang along. If we weren't so full, we definitely would have gone out, as we were all in such great moods. Now, we are all chilling, and will probably fall asleep soon with our full stomachs. This evening has been fantastic!! I am so so SO glad we experienced it. ...

Hangi-ng Around at Kohutapu Lodge

A travel blog entry by on Apr 11, 2015

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... week. It is so nice to know that we have given our money to a good cause rather than a huge global chain. The cost for the stay, dinner and breakfast was $75 each and the activities were $10 for the first and an additional $5 for each additional activity. En route to the lodge, we drove through the worlds largest man made forest (a whopping 187,000 hectares) and were privileged to visit the oldest Maori rock carvings in New Zealand, originating from 400 years before NZ was ...

Sulphur City

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Apr 05, 2015

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... of them looked like they were laughing away, including Maureen. We tried, but failed miserably. It was a lot of fun, and a great insight. Next we moved onto hut number three, this is where it was the woman's turn. We were showed a performance dance called Poi, that the tribes woman do. This involved swinging tethered weights to a rhythm. Unfortunately Maureen wasn't selected for this but she did get her chance at hut number four. This is where we showed some of ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by loriandjohn on Feb 12, 2015

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... owner was very welcoming and helpful in suggesting which local sights to visit with discount! We decided to visit the Whakarewarewa thermal area on which is sited a working Maori village. The first thing to hit us was the pungent smell of sulphur emanating from the springs! The smell was not doing Marjory any favours, turning a distinct shade of grey she decided to head back to the motel for a lie down. However, she was insistent that John and ...