We'd be keen to hear about your favourite summer holiday spots in NZ. Is there somewhere you keep returning to year after year and, if so, what are the main attractions? What makes it such a stand-out spot? Any tips you may be able to offer on the best things to see and do there - as well as the best places to grab a drink or bite to eat - would be much appreciated. Please put 'NFP' (not for publication) in your comment if you don't want it to appear in a travel article. Thanks again.
Hi Guys how are you all. I no its been awhile since ive got on, Just been Busy Busy ass, Lately doing my Garden up. making it look lovely for summer. still got awee bit to do. Will im back now. i need some ones help, maybe someone in the grandview area can help me. Im unsure about these new toys these days.I got an ipad right, But i no for a Fact fbs been playing around and upgrading everything again. The only reason i use fb is my friends and familey, and my garden group.im havng trouble logging in and also to my recent page, i cant find the old photos. to set up. please any body have the brains and knolege about thge ipads can some come and fix it for me , They say you can recover your old file. but i cannotfind it. My landline no is 99293311. im home most days please help.sori couldnt put photo up. from louise
Canterbury has been named the fifth most welcoming region in the world in the Booking.com Traveller Review Awards, while Oamaru, Hokitika and Invercargill have been named the most welcoming towns in NZ. They were followed by Cambridge, Picton, Lake Tekapo, Kerikeri, Palmerston North, Paihia and Twizel.
We'd be really keen to hear your thoughts on this based on your own travels around New Zealand. Do you think Canterbury is NZ's most welcoming region? And are these our most welcoming towns?
Where in NZ have you been made to feel particularly welcome on your travels?
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