Forget about the delicate pastries of France, the exquisite steaks of Argentina and the stodgy pub food of England, There’s a new boy on the food scene and he comes with a whole host of delicious treats from the country that is gracing our screens with the finals of the Rugby World Cup: New Zealand. One of the most enjoyable features of touring in New Zealand
The Westpac stadium is has been a popular venue for major sporting events and is known for it’s circular metallic structure as well as being located with stunning views of the Wellington Harbour, with the second highest capacity of any stadium in the country. Expect this stadium on the southern tip of the Northern Island to be a popular venue for some of the big clashes.
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Continuing with our focus on the upcoming Rugby World Cup, the city stadium we will be covering is Dunedin.
Forsyth Barr Stadium – Dunedin
The Forsyth Barr Stadium is the largest on the Southern Islands and the newest, only opening in August 2011, it will be known by a non-commercial name during the World Cup of the Otago Stadium and will host England’s opening game of the tournament against Argentina… read the rest of “Dunedin Forsyth Barr/Otago Stadium Guide”
The Rugby World Cupis to start on Friday and by the time New Zealand have their first match against Tonga, there should be around 100,000 travelling supporters from around the world. For many it will be the first time visiting New Zealand, so among the excitement of the first Haka in the opening match to the final whistle in the final there are many places to visit around the… read the rest of “New Zealand Sky Rugby World Cup Guide to Auckland”
New Zealand is ‘hands down’ one of the most amazing countries in the world! If you don’t believe me, you best get on the next direct flight!
Located in the south-west Pacific ocean, New Zealand consists of two main landmasses with a multitude of mesmerising islands scattered about its coastlines. Millions of tourists flock to New Zealand due to its amazingly diverse and captivating terrains, from endless sandy beaches to… read the rest of “Here is why you should get everyone you know to come to New Zealand!”
New Zealand’s tourism trade has been given a boost after it was confirmed that two films based on JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit will be made in the country. The films were given the green-light after lengthy discussions between the New Zealand government and Hollywood executives. New Zealand witnessed a tourism boom as a result of The Lord of the Rings trilogy being shot in the country.