What about you all?
Here we are again!!
I love your comments, thank you so much for that!!!! All this blog will be a beautiful memory for me, I will keep it like a treasure.
I would like to start with you all.
Thank you for your information Anita and for your timely comments. It's nice reading about you and it is a good chance to read again your blog....I'm getting old and I need to refresh my memory sometimes!
Christine, it is true. Here in New Zealand there are no snakes. In fact it is unbelievable seeing people in the forest without any shoe or sock, just with naked feet!! This is one of the strangest thing I have never seen.
I really wish you to come here, I have a spare room if you like...;-)
Hi QT, unfortunately not all the pictures I shown are mine. I did some research and I found most of them on the net. All the others about cities and places are mine, though.
Thank you Cris, you are always so nice. I just would like you to see some of this beautiful country. I think it is very interesting knowing about a place that is not so known. I work about 40 hours a day and so far I enjoy working here because I'm improving my English very fast.
Dear Paco, you nosed out me!!!! I already have some pictures about New Zealand and Italy and I meant to show them one of these days. Anyway, you are right. The two countries are so similar in shape!! Here are those pictures...
Thank you Maycon, I am sure you will discover a lot here, no worries!
I will post some picture of our trip in the South island soon, Fuji. It's a pity you didn't see it . You should come here again!! I don't know how long I will stay here but I hope to live this experience as long as I can. I don't do plans in a too long future because when I did it I had to change them... I will see what happens. I guess I could choose a warmer Country if I leave New Zealand, maybe closer to Italy too, so that my family would be happier.
Ernesto, I was joking! I forgive you by the way. Ahahaha!! In New Zealand there is an issue about the wind power development. In fact some people are not happy for the environment change. If you would like to know more about this topic you can read this pdf document: http://www.pce.govt.nz/reports/allreports/1_877274_29_1.pdf. Thank you for all your comments. Keep on writing!
Hi Bia, is it correct the spelling of your name? Sorry if it is not. My English needs to be improved a lot but I keep on studying and exercising it. I still make many mistakes but what I can suggest is that you don't have to be shy. Don't be worried if you are not sure about something, just try to tell or write it. People will understand you and if not, probably they will correct you and you will learn something more.
I try to keep updated this language listening cds, watching tv, reading a lot and talking all day. I often do exercises on the bbc website. I reckon this is the best site for learning English by yourself. I find absolutely useful listening to the article and to the sounds of words. I hope I have been useful to you...keep on writing, that's a brilliant exercise!
Thank you Vemuki for your words! I hope you will write again.
Marianna, how old are you? I am joking, it is a compliment what you wrote, thank you!
Thank you Bruno, photography is one of my passion but I have so much to learn!!
Joanna Marie, as you see your comment has been published and I am very happy you wrote. Cheers!
I did the same trip, Chilad, 3 years ago and I agree with you. I will post some pictures next time of the South Island.
Dear Ruth, you find most of the answers of your questions in my previous instalments. Maori are well integrated here and there is no problem if they want to marry white people. In fact it is difficult seeing real Maori, they are mixed now.
Hi Jorge, you can read the same document I gave to Ernesto to have more information about wind power in New Zealand.
I have just the time to have a quick coffee and go to work now!
Have a wonderful day and see you soon!!!
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