New Zealand. Land of the long White Cloud
This week’s podcast is a little bit different. We have a real New Zealand guest.
Jen is one of those New Zealand people that you are going to fall in love with.
Just as her British boyfriend did.
We moved to New Zealand with kids (age 8 and 5) from the UK twelve years ago.
To say that we were wet behind the ears is an understatement. Rather we were sodding drenched.
We emigrated to New Zealand from the UK and within the first year of being in the country, we had made more mistakes than we had in our entire lives combined.
How do Americans in New Zealand settle? Will New Zealand feel familiar in any ways?
If you are moving to New Zealand from America and wondering what your new life will be like then you will love what we are about to share.
Living in New Zealand (As an Expat)
In this podcast episode (which also has a video to watch should you so wish!), we explored 3 (very similar) things that New Zealand and America share a love for!
My family and I have been living in New Zealand twelve years ago from the UK and it was the BEST thing we ever did.
Of course, as with any country, there are pros and cons of living in New Zealand here, but in general, the New Zealand food is divine and the scenery is to die for and the kiwi people are super welcoming.
If you are from the US and are asking Is New Zealand for me then hopefully this video podcast will help you feel right at home!
If you are moving to New Zealand you will be itching to find out everything there is to know about the country.
From the New Zealand slang to what the new Zealand people are like.
In this week’s New Zealand podcast, we explore 5 things (well actually, it’s more like 4 and a half) that you just won’t find in New Zealand.
And no. Number 1 isn’t decent bacon because I’ve told you before. You can.
Wondering about New Zealand culture? Well. My family and I have been living in New Zealand for almost twelve years.
And in that time we have got to know many New Zealanders. (Or if we are going to use New Zealand slang, Kiwis).
So in this week’s New Zealand podcast, we thought it would be interesting to talk about New Zealand culture; most importantly the things that New Zealand people are known for. Tell you our opinion on whether we think those labels are right.
The education system in New Zealand receives an unfair amount of flack.
When we were planning on moving to New Zealand twelve years ago, the school system was one of the things that people always brought up.
“Ohhh… you know schools aren’t that good over there don’t you?” said the people who had never crossed the Atlantic in their lives. “And apparently, you can’t get decent bacon”.
You know my thoughts on this. Tosh. That’s what.
I’ve had plenty of decent bacon butties in New Zealand.