Aotearoa is often known as the Shakey Isles. It is a well deserved name as virtually the whole country in on a fault line. In our capital, Wellington, it is not unknown to have at least one earthquake a day. Nothing major, yet, but you never know! One of the most popular tourist spots in Aotearoa is a place called Rotorua. There you can see what lies beneath the earth. Boiling water, mud and steam abound as does the rather overpowering smell of sulphur. It is a great place to visit, Mother Nature is well in command there and she wants you to know it!