This is the third in a five-part series on meeting in New Zealand (Part 1: Introduction; Part 2: Getting There; Part 4: Queenstown; Part 5: Auckland) Our first stop was Rotorua, which is one of the country’s main centers of Maori culture, as well as an active geothermal area—so active, in fact, that sulfur is the first thing you smell when exiting the airport, and wisps of steam float up from behind hills as you drive through the lush, green countryside. Greeting: We didn’t get the ...

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