miércoles, 15 de diciembre de 2010


Thermal activity is at the heart of much of Rotorua's tourist appeal. Geysers and bubbling mud-pools, hot thermal springs and the Buried Village so named after it was buried by the 1886. 
Rotorua has a nickname Sulphur City, because of the hydrogen sulphide emissions, which gives the city a “rotten eggs” smell, as well as rotten-rua combining its legitimate name and the rotten smell the city gives.

 Here we are with our ouch surfer hosts, from Left, Eileen a German girl who will now reside at Rotorua, me, Gabriel Morales, in such a small world, from the same city in Brazil than Eduardo and Edu. We had the most amazing jam sessions, tours and conversations with them!! We miss you guys!! :)
Here we are in the thermal pools with another 2 couch surfers from Canada, great girls!!

 Te Mata (or it kills you translated to Spanish!) is a region in Hawke's Bay, near Napier, our next stop in the North Island. Although the name is quite drastic on Spanish, their cheese is amazingly delicious!.
In the honey farm, in Napier with our next Couch Surfing host, Paul and Jo!. 
 Tasting some delicious honey, over and over... yummy!
 Role playing, with Jo as the beekeeper, me as the bee and Paul as the baby bees??
 And Eddie as the master beekeeper!

 Having a surprise pick nick prepared by our hosts in the peak of a hill, eating the cheese and the honey!  Thanks for a cold but unforgettable time!

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