Gwendoline Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of help from Jake) and then petted some bunny rabbits. After that we decided to go zorbing, rolling down a hill in a giant ball full of water. Dad and Danni were the only ones who wanted to do it and they had an awesome time Dad said he has never laughed so much in his life. After all the adventures we went to a ...
... br> My last day in Rotorua I was lucky enough to meet Molly and Meredith, two girls from America that are traveling through NZ. They were nice enough to take me with them to Waimangu Volcanic Valley - a place with hydrothermal systems that were created in 1886 by a volcanic eruption. Everything you see in the pictures I took has grown since then - all life in the area was destroyed by the eruption. We took most of the day ...
Horrendous 5.30 start to load up the bus and be on our way to the south islands! It was sad goodbyes at the bus to the rest of the north island group who we were leaving behind, some serious bromance had formed between mads and Harry so it was quite humerus to watch them try to have a many goodbye but then getting emotional, that's probably the hardest part about travelling the constant changing of the people around you, meeting new people and always ...
... through it blindly hoping to keep on track and trying not to breath in until the wind changes and blows in clear and comparatively fresh air and you can breath again. It's the retching spew of the earth's core and its not pretty but it is impressive.
But I guess its not for everyone. We found ourselves standing beside a big pool of flobbing, gobbing foul smelling mud, trying and failing to restrain the inevitable toilet ...
... O-Tapu is situated a 20-minute drive (approx. 27km) from Rotorua. We arrived in the visitor center at about 9.30, bought our tickets (NZ 35 per person, no discounts for seniors or students) and then headed directly to the Lady Knox Geyser that erupts daily at 10.15. The geyser was another short drive from the visitor center. We turned out to be one of the first visitors entering a small auditorium flanking the famous geyser. We decided to make use of this opportunity and ask ...