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    Some Photos From around New Zealand

    In the next few weeks, I am going to share some photos from some locations around New Zealand, both North & South Islands.



    P/S.....if you have any photos, please share with us if possible on this thread, thanks.
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    Auckland airport





    Looked for breakfast & oriental foods and drinks


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    Our 12 seaters limousine...rental c/w insurance, GPS, etc at NZ$336.00 per day. We have 10 people on board. Therefore it's NZ$33.60 per person per day.


    The details are written in the photo.


    GPS is our Boss...she tells us where to go...and she screams if you decide to detour into an interesting place.



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    Tirau is a vibrant little town set in the South Waikato amongst some of New Zealand's most fertile farmland.

    Three main roads pass through this small town which boasts a large variety of unique shops, cafes and restaurants, popular as a destination with both overseas tourists and passing motorists.





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    Small town






    Huka Falls where you can charter the heli for sight seeing.

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    Beautiful country side




    Sheep grazing on the slope peacefully

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    Looking for lunch and ended up here, Maketu Beachside.

    Maketu is a small town on the Bay of Plenty Coast in New Zealand. Maketu is located on Okurei point and has an estuary from which the Kaituna River used to flow out of, it is also adjacent to Newdicks Beach located on the south eastern side of Okurei point.

    Maketu's population dropped from 1176 in 2006 to 1047 in 2013.


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    Nice beach


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    Very nice view from Makatu beach restaurant.


    Many very big and beautiful seashells on the beaches, something you do not see these days as they are collected & sell in many places.

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    A simple lunch



    Late autumn

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    Naka, got nudist beach ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    Naka, got nudist beach ?
    I think there are but we did not bother to look. Besides, it was late Autumn, quite cold during the days.

    Mana boleh tahan sejuk!

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    Te Puke is a town located 28 kilometres southeast of Tauranga on State Highway 2 in the Western Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand. It is particularly famous for the cultivation of kiwifruit. Te Puke has a population of 7496 as of the 2013 Census

    Kiwifruit or kiwi is a major horticultural export earner in New Zealand. New Zealand developed the first commercially viable Kiwifruit and developed the export markets, creating the demand for the fruit that exists today. Today New Zealand is the second largest kiwifruit producing country, next to Italy, and holds approximately 30% of the market share.

    In the 2008-2009 season the value of New Zealand kiwifruit exports was NZ$1.45 billion.

    KIWI fruits farm/factory

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    Believe me, this KIWI drink is really good.


    A giant Kiwi bird.

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    Some flowers here.


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    Learn how this unique pocket of land is able to grow the world’s healthiest fruit better than anywhere else in the world, and then taste the proof for yourself!

    You’ll also see the sought-after Gold Kiwifruit and Arguta Kiwiberry, plus more than fifty different varieties of delicious fruit and nuts growing on our grounds -
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