Author: Kash Pals

Street /Best food in New Zealand

Street food New Zealand First of all, NZ has top quality coffee – wherever you go! Also, NZ cuisine takes the best of Asian and European cuisine and turns it into something unique. Wineries often have a cafe at the cellar door. Check out the menu and you might find something totally unexpected and delicious. Kaiaua Fish and Chips Takeaways Now to the classics. The most popular takeaway food is Fish&Chips. Any Kiwi knows NZ Fish&Chips are the best in the world! If you had enough of Fish&Chips – is that even possible? – there are sausage rolls, as well as...

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What are the best places in New Zealand?

There’s so much to see and do in this country, I couldn’t possibly list it all here. Here are some of my highlights to visit if you’re on a 2–4 week holiday. I suggest renting a car or van do get around as you have the freedom to stop at the many lovely spots along the way to bigger highlights. The seasons will affect the type of holiday you have here so be sure to consider whether you’re looking for warm and mild temperatures or snow adventures! North Island The Bay of Islands is a subtropical wonderland of beautiful beaches...

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Best FOOD in Queenstown, NEW ZEALAND

Queenstown, New Zealand Kiwi classics- a mince and cheese pie and a sausage roll, find a delicious sticky bun in Arrowtown and eat it in the Chinese Settlement plus head to Cardrona Hotel- one of New Zealand’s most iconic buildings. What to eat and where to eat it: 1. Mince and cheese pie and sausage roll at Fergbaker, 40 Shotover St, Queenstown 9300. Open daily 6:30 am to 4:30 am 2. Sticky Bun from Provisions, 65 Buckingham St, Arrowtown 9302. Open daily 8:00am to 5:00pm. 3. A pint at the Cardrona Hotel, Cardrona Valley Rd, Cardrona 9381 4. Little...

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What to eat in Auckland, New Zealand

AUCKLAND FOOD TOUR by LOCALS | What to eat in Auckland, New Zealand | New Zealand food tour Auckland is a very multi-cultural city and the food scene is diverse and vibrant, traditional hāngi, Indian chaat, Szechaun noodles and a unique Samoan pie. What to eat and where to eat it: 1. Hāngi from The Māori Kitchen, Queens Wharf International Cruise Terminal, 89 Quay St, Auckland 1010, New Zealand. Open daily 7:00am to 4:00pm. 2. Chaat from Mumbai Chaat, 1 Kitchener Rd, Sandringham, Auckland 1025, New Zealand. Open Monday 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Wednesday and Thursday 11:30 am...

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What You Need to Know While Visiting New Zealand: The Real Middle Earth

This tiny island country, just a few hours from Australia, is truly a paradise. It’s no wonder that the Lord of the Rings films were shot here, the land where Mother Nature has outdone herself. Sprawling valleys, rolling hills, hues of green as far as the eye can see, and the vast expanse of the ocean enveloping them all. Read ahead to find out why you should visit New Zealand soon… People New Zealanders, or Kiwis as they are affectionately termed, are a melting pot of Maori, Asian, European and Pacific Island cultures. Pioneers in many ways, having had...

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