What a wonderful blog!!!
How are you everybody?
Here is already dark and the day is ending....
Regarding your question, Simon. If you eat often and not big amount of food, your stomach works without huge breaks so that you don't feel a big hole in your tummy...ahahhahahh!!! Besides your digestion will be much easier and you will burn more calories.
I have something for you, dear Simon.....this sign is so funny to me!!! Every time I look at it I laugh. It means just that you have to pay attention to the railways if you are on your bike!
What do you think about that?
Today I should answer just your comments, they are so numerous! Thank you so much for that! It means much to me and I am really happy you like my blog!
Today there are more than 4.5 million of inhabitants in Auckland dear Leila, and immigrants are still more than emigrants. I was thinking that when you were here the Sky Tower didn't exist! You should see it, it's amazing and I think the landscape is very different with it!
I was checking my pictures and I found one of the museum. I hope you like it!
Dear Christine, in New Zealand there are few big cities like Auckland (the biggest ones), Wellington, Christchurch. There are many little villages but you won't find huge empty areas like, for example, in Australia. I can say that there are many earthquakes but most of them are imperceptible. I heard two of them when I was in Wellington, more than three years ago.
In one of my next blog I will show you some picture of the Mt. Cook with the snow!
Delphine, in Aotearoa there is the Boxing Day, December 26 as a national public holiday.
No worries Ana Paula. Unfortunately violence is a tough topic and I don't know enough about it to give you a rational and complete answer. Anyway, in my opinion, Maori are not discriminated. If they want to study and have a good education they surely can get a good job. As always it is up to people achieving good goals, don't you think so?
Hello Silwal, my husband is very shy so I won't show you pictures of him. Sorry about that.....by the way, why do you want to see him!! I'm jealous!! Ahahahahahah!!
Hi Chris and thank you for your daily comments, I really like them. I have to tell you there isn't specific meal here in New Zealand. In fact here there is the "fusion cuisine" , a mix of different way to cook (Asian, Indian, English, European). Anyway there are particular food such as Kumara for example which is a delicious sweet potato.
A part from the way Kiwis eat, I think that here there is more variety of food and this is very good for my taste!
I will be very glad if you tell me about your Country, Sagar!
I can understand your English Redouane, and your effort is appreciable!!
Sylvia, get on the plane and come here!!! Ahahahahah!!!
Hi Filippo....do I know you?? I used to live in the North East of Italy. What about you?
Fuji, I have been to that garden and I think it is amazing!!!
Yes Habooba, all the carvings are hand-crafted. I really wish you to come here because I think it's beautiful.
Mong Thuy Vo, it would be a wonderful place for a honeymoon here! Are you getting married soon?
Thank you Anita for your comment. 22 years are many!!! Congratulations! ( I answered to your latest comment below)
Unfortunately windows were dark to protect customers from the Sun, Dani, that's why colours are not so bright but you can have anyway an idea of the view.
Hi Guzin, we have been married for 6 years and, luckily, we are very happy and in love!! I like your wish! Thank you.
Thank you Rafal. The All Blacks are very good indeed!
Ciao Concetta! Can I ask you where do you live in the Po valley? The life style here is much better, in my opinion, than in Italy. There is not so rush doing things and you can still enjoying your family without dying for your job....keep on writing!!!
Hi Ernesto! I will write about animals one of these days. In fact I've already promised to write about them.
I really would like to see The Morro!!!! It sounds exciting!
What a surprise dear Linda!!!!!! Thank you for your comment. Of course you make me feel happy and welcome in this wonderful country. All your family is wonderful and we both thank God for meeting you all!!! Having "foster" parents here is just a blessing... Thank you again and see you soon.
Ahahah. I always enjoy reading your comments, dear Anita. Yes, I like preserving and making jam but for now I don't have a garden here. I would really like to taste one of your jams, I can imagine the nice smell and the delicious taste...
Anyway, here is still winter and my favourite fruits will be on the market i few months....I will probably buy them in some farm and then I will make my own jam.
When we got married, 6 years ago, the church was full of sunflowers. It was amazing and from then it became our flower. We have been to Tuscany for our honeymoon and we saw many sunflowers fields....I remember I was astonished!! That beauty was fabulous!!
Have a good day and see you next time!!!!!!!
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