Tiritiri Matangi Island

New Zealanders are mighty proud of Tiritiri. They should be. Through the dedication and toil of volunteers, the tiny island has become a thriving wildlife sanctuary for native and endangered¬†birds. It’s a birdwatcher’s paradise for getting up close and personal with birds¬†like the sweet little fantail and the cheeky, light-beaked takahe. Tiritiri Island sits in… Continue reading Tiritiri Matangi Island

New Zealand Humor

Kia ora New Zealanders have a particularly irreverent sense of humor. When people take themselves too seriously, Kiwis love nothing more than ‚Äútaking the Mickey‚Äù‚Äîmaking fun of someone, in a (usually) gentle way. Kiwis are also the first to make fun of themselves, and they love making up words to make the language just that… Continue reading New Zealand Humor

New Zealand Māori

Kia ora Even if you don‚Äôt follow rugby, you‚Äôve probably seen a video of the haka performed by New Zealand‚Äôs All Blacks synthroid tablets buy online. The haka is the traditional war cry or dance of the MƒÅori people of New Zealand. Although it was originally used by warriors to terrify their opponents, it‚Äôs now… Continue reading New Zealand MƒÅori