Enjoying Your Holiday in New Zealand - The Traveller


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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Enjoying Your Holiday in New Zealand

New Zealand - that sounds like paradise and attracts attention by its isolation and biodiversity more travelers. For most tourists the long flight time is daunting, because New Zealand is in the truest sense of the word at the other end of the world. Decided no matter which airline you are even, one is between 25 - 34 hours to discover the road to paradise. It has the ability to fly via Dubai, for example, and insert a stopover in Singapore and Australia, which makes the slightly tiring long haul flight bearable. Once arrived in Auckland grabs you almost by force of the typical jet-lag, because the time difference makes ten to twelve hours, probably noticeable to most people.

The landing at Auckland - the first reaction, finally out of the plane and the feet on solid ground. After this marathon flight, there is hardly anyone not funny all shrink-wrapped food in the Bio control leave, and be presented each entering the country. The locals - also known as Kiwis - take it very precisely at the entry control. Once that's done, you can either take a taxi or use the bus to get to the center of town. It is advisable to first talk to the bus driver and ask him the best possible out of the station permit, which was booked as accommodation. It proves to be better planning, if you look at a hostel or hotel already booked from your native.

The arrival in the metropolis of Auckland has without doubt its charm and offers many possibilities, but not necessarily give one the impression of idyllic beach with New Zealand and green pastures. Hence many tourists just quickly move away from the city to the other side. Yet to clarify the question, how do you travel through the country? It is of course a matter of how long or short the stay. As a backpacker, it has proven to buy a car on the spot - most opt for a van, as is often the same as a place to sleep. I have however opted for a bus ticket, which can be used up to 50 hours at any time to stop or get off and can explore New Zealand.

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