If you are thinking of moving to New Zealand from the UK (or elsewhere for that matter) and are concerned about a few things you may miss, you are going to really LOVE this show!
Last week, Brian and went on holiday. We stayed in a suburb of Dunedin called Port Chalmers. We loved it. Not only were we are away from the kids that never stop eating and the lawn that never stops growing, but we were able to explore one of the most beautiful parts of New Zealand.
It was during this time in the South Island, that we realised there were some things, things that we’d been longing for these past twelve years, were right here under our noses. Imagine that.
Ready to find out what they are? Let’s go!
This is the last podcast of the year and we wanted to make it personal. So here we are! Behind the Scenes. In the bedroom.
To be honest, we could have made this podcast very easy. We could have just sat there and said thank you over and over again. That would have summed up our feelings for you right now. But because we like to natter over cherries we also go into the things that scared us the most this year, how we tackled them and where we are now.
Wherever you are in the world Brian and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you. So very, very much. Without you, we wouldn’t keep going. You are a star. You are amazing.
If you live in the US or the UK I am guessing that at some time in your life you will have dreamed of spending Christmas down under. But is Christmas in New Zealand better or will you spend the holiday season pining for the snow like a pig in a blanket?
Let’s explore six major differences between a New Zealand Christmas and those in the US.
I am guessing that if you are reading a Night Zookeeper review, then you are considering homeschooling. Yes? I hope so. It's always nice to meet someone with the same interests as you. I have been homeschooling my kids for the past ten years. We started when my son...
In 2017, Taranaki, New Zealand was voted by The Lonely Planet as being the 2nd best region in the world to visit.
Wow. That’s a pretty big label—a lot to live up to.
My family and I have lived in this region for twelve years and now consider ourselves Naki locals. As you can imagine, New Zealand has a lot of pros and cons and Taranaki is no different.
Join Brian and I talk as we talk about what Taranaki is REALLY like,
New Zealand food. Not exactly the most talked about cuisine in the world.
Why? Is it because the kiwis are ashamed of their national nosh or are they hiding something from the rest of the world?
When we made our move to New Zealand from the UK twelve years ago, I wasn’t expecting much in the way of food. Maybe a few lamb chops and a packet of butter. A glass of milk at a push.
How wrong I was…