I love to travel and explore new places! As much as you can. As far as you can. As long as you can. Life's not meant to be lived in one place.

Baby pushchair transport, New Zealand, c 1950s

New Zealand. 1952 Christchurch Transport Board AEC Regal IV with either Crossley or Park Royal body (fleet number obscured by the prams). It was common practice to dangle prams, pushchairs and bicycles from the hangers on the front of a bus.

New Zealand Birds With Their Hats.

New Zealand Birds With Their Hats. << Yes in New Zealand we train all our native birds to wear hats.

Waka (canoe), New Zealand

Waka (canoe), New Zealand

Waka brought divine gifts to the Maori First Nation. For this reason the waka inspire kotahitanga (unity) even today. My mind wonders that if Hawaii, Rapanui and Aotearoa were all reached by Waka what would have prevented them from reaching the Americas?

New Zealand Hangi

New Zealand Hangi - The traditional Maori food making method. A unique flavor with a real ceremony that goes along with this.very similar to Jamaica!

Matariki

We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades.

Proud New Zealand supporter! Go the Kiwis!

A young New Zealand All Blacks' fan poses for the camera ahead of her team's Rugby World Cup final against France at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, Sunday, Oct.

Tomato sauce squeezie bottle. Classic Kiwiana

Watties tomato sauce is evil, but kids adore it. My children will pretty much eat anything if it is smothered in tomato sauce, so this reci.

Ginger Crunch - a NZ staple

Ginger crunch

I have always remembered being young and having the house smell like ginger and cinnamon and sugar while my mother would be in kitchen baking. Now it’s me in the kitchen cooking for my family and making those memories for my children.

Dame Whina Cooper: A NZ iconic photo of Dame Whina and her mokopuna. Write a recount of the dialogue between the pair as they walked together returning to Dame Whina's house in the Far North.

Dame Whina Cooper: A NZ iconic photo of Dame Whina and her mokopuna. Write a recount of the dialogue between the pair as they walked together returning to Dame Whina's house in the Far North.

Te Manuka Tutahi Marae #whakatane #newzealand #aotearoa #bayofplenty #maori #marae #whare #carvings #culture

Te Manuka Tutahi Marae #whakatane #newzealand #aotearoa #bayofplenty #maori #marae #whare #carvings #culture

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