RotoVegas Motel of Rotorua
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... to various huts where we were taught about various aspects of their culture including tattoos, games, fighting and the hakka. Of course I made the mistake of eye contact and had to demonstrate one of the running games. Afterwards they performed some songs and dances for us, and then it was time for food. The dinner was amazing, and we all left feeling ridiculously full. On the way back Dennis kept us entertained with some sing-a-longs of wheels on the bus and do-re-mi to name only a few. ...
... was 7 and the village was now opened to the general public for a concert, walk through the village and a feast called a hangi! It was incredible to learn all about the Maori culture and traditions whilst viewing weaponry displays, listening to stories of their ancestors and watching performances of song and dance! We all got involved in the demonstrations that took place around various fire pits! After viewing the haka it was time for the feast that was cooked ...
... containing hot water, steam and gases and when the water heats up and the pressure rises, she blows! There was also a kiwi house, but they were all asleep .... not surprising since they are nocturnal.
Next stop was our campsite for the night at Waikite Thermal Pools (Wai-water, kite-clear) where as campers we were able to ...
... Art Deco style buildings. The whole town was rebuilt following a massive earthquake in 1931 and has some amazing buildings, both on seaward side and in town. Back in Sydney, we had by chance met Sally Eaton in Darling Harbour, who had suggested we should go to 'Lick This', no it's not a sex shop but they make gelato, liquorice gelato- my absolute fave! We decided to go to Esk Valley vineyard, which is on our way out of town. We could have stayed on the terrace for hours looking ...
21 Dec. Docked at Mt Maunganui in Tauranga at 8-10am. The weather very low misty cloud but still warm. Went to breakfast at 8-50 and by 9-30 the sun is out and lots of blue sky, very nice. After breakfast we all went ashore at 10am and 6 of us walked around the base of Mt Maunganui, with Lorraine & Julie opting for a coffee instead. Then 6 of us called in to see my bowling mate Phil & Helen Beilby who have a caravan site in the Mount camping ground and ...