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My 14 days trip to New Zealand in December 2016. Enjoy beautiful seane of New Zealand and good music. 00:00 Day 1 - Auckland 03:29 Day 2 - Auckland to Bay of Islands 07:15 Day 3 - Ninety Mile Beach Cape Reinga Tour 09:30 Day 4 - Bay of Islands to Auckland 12:52 Day 5 - Auckland to Wellington 14:46 Day 6 - Wellington to Picton 18:37 Day 7 - Picton to Christchurch 20:59 Day 8 - The TranzAlpine Tour 24:05 Day 9 - Christchurch to Aoraki 29:09 Day 10 - Aoraki/Mt Cook to Queenstown 33:52 Day 11 - Queenstown ( Scinic Cruise ) 37:47 Day 12 - Queenstown ( town ) 41:35 Day 13 - Doubtful Sound Tour 48:23 Day 14 - Queenstown to Auckland Place: Day 1 - Auckland - Auckland Airport - Mount Eden - Devonport - Mount Victoria - Sky Tower Day 2 - Auckland to Bay of Islands - Paihia - Waitangi Treaty Grounds - Russell Day 3 - Ninety Mile Beach Cape Reinga Tour - Ninety Mile Beach - Te Paki Sand Dunes - Rarawa Beach Day 4 - Bay of Islands to Auckland - Dolphin( view from ship ) - Hole in the Rock - Urupukapuka Island Day 5 - Auckland to Wellington - Kiwi Rail's Northern Explorer - Mount Ruapehu( view from train ) Day 6 - Wellington to Picton - Waterfront - Wellington Cable Car - Botanic Garden - Interislander Ferry Day 7 - Picton to Christchurch - Waiau River - Cathedral Day 8 - The TranzAlpine Tour - KiwiRail - Waimakariri River - Arthur's Pass - Devils Punchbowl Waterfall - Avon River Day 9 - Christchurch to Aoraki - Rakaia Bridge - Lake Tekapo - Church of the Good Shepherd - Lake Pukaki - Tour of Glacier Explorers - Tasman Valley Walk - Tasman Lake - Tasman Glacier Day 10 - Aoraki/Mt Cook to Queenstown - Mueller Lake - Hooker Valley track - Hooker Glacier - Ahuriri River - Jones Family Fruit Stall Day 11 - Queenstown - Scinic Cruise - Lake Wakatipu - Mt Nicholas Farm Experience Day 12 - Queenstown - Queenstown Gardens - Skyline - Luge - Kiwi Birdlife Park Day 13 - Doubtful Sound Tour - Maunapori - Deep Cove - Tasman Sea Day 14 - Queenstown to Auckland - Horse Trekking Tour - Creative Queenstown Arts and Crafts Markets - Queenstown Airport - Farewell SpitA( view from airplane ) - Mount Taranaki( view from airplane ) - Auckland Airport Music: Day1 Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe Day2 Chris Brown - Forever Day3 Katy Perry - Teenage Dream Day4 Taio Cruz - Dynamite Day5 Ellie Goulding - Lights Day6 Mandisa - Good Morning ( Maroon 5 - Sugar ) Day7 Ke$ha - Grow A Pear Day8 Jeremy Camp - Everlasting God Day9 Ke$ha - Your Love Is My Drug ( Katy Perry - Teenage Dream ) Day10 Sheryl Crow - Soak Up The Sun Day11 Cobra Starship - Good Girls Go Bad (feat. Leighton Meester) ( Ke$ha - Blah Blah Blah feat. 3OH!3 ) Day12 Ke$ha - Blow Day13 Maroon 5 - Maps Ke$ha - Tik Tok Day14 Ke$ha - We R Who We R Usher feat. Pitbull - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love All the music of this video is listed in https://www.youtube.com/music_policies
Take a tour with Hawke's Bay Express, Napier City Art Deco Daily Tours. Napier, New Zealand
Tour downtown Napier New Zealand and view all the beautiful art deco buildings!
New Zealand is one of the world’s best places to live and retire, best place to rise your family. It has a very pleasant climate, great beaches, a wide variety of outdoor activities, cultural attractions, free health care (for the most part), a good educational system, economic freedom, a lack of corruption and attractive, modern cities. Known for the stunning landscapes featured in Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings". Here're 10 best places to live in New Zealand: 1 . Christchurch , Canterbury. 2 . The Bay of Plenty. 3. Waikato Region. 4. Dunedin, Otago. 5. New Plymouth, Taranaki. 6. Wellington. 7. North Shore, Auckland. 8. Nelson. 9. Queenstown Lakes, Otago. 10. Selwyn, Canterbury. If you are moving to live in New Zealand and you’re really not sure where you want to settle, Auckland can be a great place to begin, you can rent accommodation easily within the city and it has fantastic transport links for the rest of the nation. But be sure to use these transport links, explore the North and South Islands and find the location that best suits you before you buy a home or even commit to living in New Zealand full time. Whilst the nation is not vast or overpopulated, it does encompass such an impressive array of geographically different regions that it would be a crime not to explore far more of the country than its leading city before you settle on a place in New Zealand to call home. ================== Thanks for watching. I hope you like my work ! ================== Subscribe: https://goo.gl/lOasu9 More videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMwJnG1Le4ixS1NRrsIc89w/videos
One of the most amazing islands in the world LIKE | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE If you would like to use this footage contact : email@example.com Aitutaki is an "almost atoll". It has a maximum elevation of approximately 123 metres with the hill known as Maunga Pu close to its northernmost point. The land area of the atoll is 18.05 km2 (6.97 sq mi), of which the main island occupies 16.8 km2 (6.5 sq mi). The Ootu Peninsula, protruding east from the main island in a southerly direction along the eastern rim of the reef, takes up 1.75 km2 (0.68 sq mi) out of the main island. For the lagoon, area figures between 50 and 74 km2 (19 and 29 sq mi) are found. Satellite image measurement suggests that the larger figure also includes the reef flat, which is commonly not considered part of a lagoon. The barrier reef that forms the basis of Aitutaki is roughly the shape of an equilateral triangle with sides 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) in length. The southern edge of the triangle is almost totally below the surface of the ocean, and the eastern side is composed of a string of small islands including Mangere, Akaiami, and Tekopua. The western side of the atoll contains many of Aitutaki's important features including a boat passage through the barrier reef allowing for anchorage close to shore at Arutanga. Towards the south of the side is a small break in the barrier reef, allowing access for small boats to the lagoon which covers most of the southern part of the triangle. Further to the north is the bulk of the main island. Its fertile volcanic soil provide tropical fruits and vegetables. Two of Aitutaki's 15 islets (motus) are also volcanic. The rest are made of coral. Aitutaki Airport is located close to the triangle's northern point. There is an area suitable to land flying boats in the southeastern part of the lagoon.
Art Deco 2016