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A quick slideshow of our New Zealand Holiday 2011.

A quick slideshow of our New Zealand Holiday 2011.

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    • New Zealand Holidays
      2011
      Music – Pokarekareana by Hayley Westenra. New Zealand folk song. http://www.hayleywestenra.com/
    • Freshly caught New Zealand Paua (Abalone).
    • And lots of Lobsters!
    • Seals; Paua in its natural habitat; and a bon-fire on the beach.
    • More Pauameans more smiles all round!
    • A short day trip in Wellington, New Zealand’s Capital city.
    • Landing in Queenstown, adventure capital of the world.
    • Beautiful Queenstown.
    • All excited over watercress! Local bread and cheeses.
    • The ATS old boys, gathered again in Lake Wanaka.
    • Fiordland adventure.
    • Making Maori faces. These guys had lots of fun.
    • Dramatic waterfalls at Fiordland.
    • Surreal scenery at Fiordland. When it rains, it pours.
    • Lake Manapouri.
    • Overnight private charter in Doubtful Sound was unforgettable.
    • Love-birds....
    • More love-birds....
    • Southern Lobsters – what a catch!
    • Lobsters, blue cod, kayaking and fishing. This is heaven.
    • Fresh lobsters and NZ wines. What a match!
    • A very rewarding journey on board Tutoko II.
    • Central Otago’s best produce – apricots and cherries.
    • The Lookout Lodge, one of the favourite places to stay in Wanaka.
    • Ops! Handymen needed! (and Better rentals & leasing wasn’t “better”).
    • Stunning New Zealand. --The End--