11 thoughts on “Hell’s Gate Geothermic Park & Spa in Rotorua, New Zealand”

  1. Hey Brock,
    I loved Rotorua when I was there and you forgot to mention the smell!! If you get a chance try to take in a Maori cultural show. Prior to being taken to one, I remember thiking “too touristy, too kitsch” but I loved it. Dance, music, and the show I saw included alot of important historical fact. Loved it!! Stay well and I look forward to your posts/photos and vids. S

  2. Wow Brock, looks like you are having a great time.
    Keep up with making the awesome vids of your travels, keep safe, and stay cool.
    P.S. So jealous… I definitely have a cold right now and you are enjoying the sunny weather haha
    TTYS buddy,

  3. Hey Brock,

    It’s Vicky from Ryerson! I just found your page through the Facebook group you sent. Having backpacked Europe once myself, I have to say I am floored by your itinerary.

    I haven’t had a chance to check out your whole site yet but judging from your poll, you’re staying in hostels? I think my biggest tip is to join Couchsurfing. I don’t know how I could have survived 2 months in Europe without it, financially and also in terms of my sanity! It’s a completely different travelling experience than staying in hostels and to be quite frank, I prefer it (for reasons completely unrelated to the fact that you can sleep in a city for free.)

    Good luck with your travels and if you somehow manage to make it to France (my current place of residence) before April, don’t hesitate to give me a shout.

  4. Hey Broccoli , good stuff , stay safe. See if you can find some Jersey Cows while you are there and drop the REXLEA JERSEYS name. In Australia too we have cattle we have bred in Victoria area and New South Wales. Sue and I are going to be in Aust/NZ next Jan feb for a World Jersey Conf. Should be lots of sheep to shear and cows to milk , and we know those country folk are the best. We be tuned in, have FUN!!!

  5. Heard a great travel tip-when in an unfamiliar place. Find a construction site and ask the workers where they eat. Usually they know the best places to eat for the least amount of money.

  6. Hey Larry. Funny you should post this. Just yesterday I was speaking with a guy who grew up on a jersey farm here in New Zealand. The jerseys are everywhere.

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