Rotorua, New Zealand

Rotorua, a town of geysers, hot springs, and a pervasive odor of sulfur.

“Daddy, it stinks here!”  The kids were none to happy when we pulled into Rotorua, a large town in the center of the North Island [location].  It is full of geothermal activity, with geysers, hot springs, and bubbling mud everywhere – and as a result, a persistent smell of sulfur (aka rotten eggs). Read on!

Pohutu geyser. Te Puia reserve, Rotorua, New Zealand.
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