Monthly Archives: April 2014

What is the famous thing in New Zealand???

I have been asked this question by many people when I was in Japan.
At that time I didn’t know very much about New Zealand except Rugby, Manuka honey and SHEEP.

Look this picture below.
A Pink Sheep and the World Cup of Rugby!!!


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Soooooooooooo cute isn’t it??
You can see this pink sheep in Auckland if you are lucky at ‘’SHEEP WORLD’’.

At this place you can enjoy being with many sheep; very close and also enjoy watching a sheep show.
In addition to that, there is café, which means you can relax having coffee while watching sheep.


Please watch this movie, so you will be friends with this farm.



9am~5pm every day (except for xmas day)

How much:
・Full admission: includes park admission plus sheep & dog show
Adult(14 years old~) $28
Children (4~13 years old) $10
3 years and under Free

・Normal thicket: park admission but no show
Adult(14 years old~) $15
Children (4~13 years old) $8
3 years and under Free

Address: State Highway One (SH1)
It is 65 kms north of central Auckland, 4kms North of Warkworth. Driving time from Auckland’s harbour bridge is approximately 40 minutes by car.

You also can get to there by bus.
get more information from this site.

So go and see such a cute pink sheep!!!

Have you decided how to spend Easter holidays??

Not travelling, maybe stayng in Auckland, maybe a bot lonely then go to the Easter show!!


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The Auckland Coca-Cola Easter Show is New Zealand’s largest and most loved family show,
and this is an annual must-see for young and old and please don’t forget this is free event!!

This event will be held for 5days.
Each day has different program such as Circus Show and Kids Show,
in addition to that, in this site, you can enjoy eating foods and variety of attraction.
Fireworks displays close the event each night lighting up the sky above the showgrounds and for kilometres around!!!

Of course, you can participant in this event every day,
for example the first day with friends, the second day with girl or boy friend,
the third day with your family, the forth day with your pets, the last day alone.

And also you can take part in this event just one day.
It is totally up to you, but I am pretty sure this Coca-Cola event must satisfy you!!!


When? Where? How much??

When: 17’Apr (Thu) ~21’Apr (Mon) 2014, from 10:00am~10:00pm
Where: ASB Showgrounds, 217 Greenlane West, Auckland
How much: Admission Free!!


Have a great Easter Holiday!!!

get more information from this website:



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Do you love holidays?

Then you need to know about three upcoming holidays!!

Friday 18th April (Good Friday)!!!
Monday 21st April (Easter day)!!!

‘Good Friday’ and ‘Easter Sunday’ are religious and statutory public holidays in New Zealand.
Many Christians remember Jesus Christ’s crucifixion on Good Friday, and also remember Jesus Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday.

So there are going to be 4 days off work and then only 3 days back at work because

Friday 25th April (Anzac Day) is another public holiday!!!

‘Anzac Day’ commemorates the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) at Gallipoli, Turkey, during World War I in 1915.
This event, also observed in Australia, remembers all New Zealanders who served their country in wars and conflicts.

So now you have the time off, what are you going to do to have some fun?

Did you know that this period often marks the end of Summer in New Zealand and so many people get out of the cities.

Do you want to travel as well?
Then get in quickly!! because buses, trains and planes will be very full!!

If you want any advice on trip, you can take you can ask us at INTERNeX, maybe rent a car or take a bus trip, we can help you book it.
Even if you are sitting in your pyjamas at home, let us know and we can help book anything for you.

One reason people like to get out of town is because many of the bars and clubs have to close during Easter.
Don’t make plans to meet at bars on the Friday as they will all be shut.

Some places that have special Events licenses or serve food are open, otherwise get to the bottle shop on the Thursday and buy your drinks early and drink from home.

If you want to go out to a big Party, then ‘Deep Hard n Funky’ has an awesome line up of DJ’s and usually has about 5000 people going.
It is at the racecourse in Auckland.


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Note that And Buses and Trains service will change because of these holidays.

Get more information from AT (Public Transport):


If you want to go to church, the largest church in Auckland is called the Holy Cathedral
and this is located in Parnell at the top of Parnell Road.


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If there is one event that we think you should really go to then that isthe ANZAC DAY ((25th April) Dawn Service’ from 6am at The Auckland War Memorial Museum


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This event mourns New Zealander and Australian fighters who died in First World War before dawn.
Dawn ceremony contains the following features: introduction, hymn, prayer, an address, laying of wreaths, recitation, the playing of the Last Post, a minute of silence, Reveille, and the playing of both the New Zealand and Australian national anthems.

This event gives you historical experience of New Zealand!!

If you are interested in New Zealand history, you should take part in!!


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Do you like MUSCLE?

Sorry for asking such a weird question.

But I think many women silently say ‘yes’ in their mind!

If you want to watch muscular bodies close up, I really recommend this event for you.

Check out the picture bellow!




What do you think?

Handsome these guys aye?

Manpower Australia has been performing for women across the globe for two decades, and this dynamic dancing & state of the art lighting show has wooed more than 10million women in 15 countries.

An unforgettable and impressive show in terms of their history and popularity!


When? Where? How much??

When: 11Apr2014 (Friday) from 7:00pm

Where: North Shore Events Centre, Silverfield & Argus Place Entrances, Auckland Restrictions: R18 (over 18 years of age)

How much: General Admission $40/Group Ticket $35 (8+tickets)

Are you getting interested in this muscle show?

Of course this isn’t women only, men are also welcome to enjoy this show!!!


Go and purchase the ticket

Get more information on the manpower website.


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ABBA will descend to Auckland!!

Did anyone see the ‘MAMMA MIA’ musical that recently came to Auckland?
It was awesome and I am sure that the large crowd were very impressed just as I was.

Almost all songs in MAMMA MIA were written by the 70’s Swedish pop group…’ABBA’

I’m from Japan, so, excuse me? ‘ABBA’? Is that a kind of hamburger?
No, no!! ‘ABBA’ is the famous Swedish pop group formed in Stockholm in 1972; An acronym of the first letters of the band members’ first names (Agnetha, Benny, Björn and Anni-Frid)

ABBA has sold over 380 million albums and singles worldwide.
That makes them one of the best-selling music artists of all time, and the second best selling music group of all time.
ABBA was the first group to come from a non-English-speaking country that kept consistent success in the charts of English-speaking countries, including the UK, Ireland, the U.S., Canada, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand!!.

This event will be performed by a group singing all the original hits but of course not the original ABAA,
but this band is absolutely fabulous.

In fact this band has had over 3000 international performances in 23 countries, and they have captured the imagination of ABBA fans all over the world with amazing costumes, outstanding harmony and excellent musicianship.
So this band is apparently well worth watching!!

When : 19’Apr 2014 on Saturday at 8:00pm~
Where: at SkyCity Theatre
address: Cnr Victoria and Federal Sts, Auckland
How much: Adult $49~/Child $30~/ Group(over 6people) $40~
※according to ticket master

This show held in Auckland is just only once!!!
(This show will be held at 15citys in New Zealand from 08’Apr~27’Apr 2014)
I don’t want you to miss this event.

so….Let go to this site and grab the ticket!!
Show website:


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