No, we don’t have bake sales—but how about a Possum and Pig Hunt!
NZ’s No. 1 Breakfast Cereal. It tastes kind of like—cardboard.
Rules for the hunt in case you’re interested.
A few quiets—that would be drinks. . .
That’s right – insulate your house with wool!
What can I say—it’s the Queen’s birthday.
Rebecca in a giant kiwi fruit
This medication will give you all the disease so you won’t have to worry about getting them!
Good deal on Merino Possum socks
Bobbys fish and chips
Tsunami warning sign
What’s ‘manchester’ — apparently linens and things. From Manchester, England where all cotton goods once came from.
Artwork at Quarry Park
Kiwifruit Capital of the World
Trolleys are what we call shopping carts.
Trundlers are also what we call shopping carts.
Got to slow down for those judder bars.
Dual-flush toilet common in New Zealand to conserve water—top of toilet with two buttons on top for releasing water, one for liquid waste releases 3 liters of water, and the other for solid waste releases 6 liters.
New Zealand electrical outlet—different shaped outlet, 230 volts compared to US’s 120 volts and with little switches to turn each outlet on and off individually.
How can you make your tires do that?
Typical ‘dairy’ (convenience store).
There’s that ‘manchester’ again.
That’s right, High Tea.
Whānau is Maori for extended family.
New Zealand has a high incidence of skin cancer due to the hole in the ozone layer . . . and the price of sunscreen.
Shellfish gathering limits.