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Goobye New Zealand

Hey everyone…I wanna say thank you and goodbye for a really great time in New Zealand and at INTERNeX.

 

I had the possibility to learn a lot about working in another country under new circumstances and also found a lot of new friends due to my workplace. I loved the possibilty to implemet my own ideas and help to set up a new business. I am also really proud to develop and establish our Traveldesk and the Pubnight and I am sure Robin, our new intern will go on with it really good.

I wish you all a great time like me in New Zealand, enjoy your stay and don’t forget to travel! This is the best way to get familiar with this country. I know what I am talking about…;-)

 

My time in New Zealand wouldn’t be the same, if I hadn’t worked at INTERNeX.

 

So thanks to everyone making my stay here to an unforgettable experience. INTERNeX will keep on to do the same for you.

 

Goodbye, Caroline

11th INTERNeX New Zealand PuB NiGHT – Welcome & Farewell

Hey,

I am back from my trip and with me the next PuB NiGHT for you guys!

Next week on Thursday we will celebrate the 11th INTERNeX New Zealand PuB NiGHT again. Come and join the funny group with lots of chats, laughs and fun. We will start at the Rakinos again with it’s good happy hour deals.

I would be happy to see as much as possible of you cause it’s my last PuB NiGHT with you guys and you will get to know my follower Robin. He is the new INTERNeX intern from France and would like to meet you as well.

If you have any questions just contact me via facebook or mail.

So get all your friends together for a great night out in Auckland.

 

When? Thursday, August 25th at 7.00 pm

Where? Rakinos Pub, Level 1,35 High Street

 

Hope to see you next week for a great Farewell and Welcome party…

 

Cheers, Caro

PR-Department INTERNeX

PuB NiGHT on Wednesday…

Hey Party People,

Are you already looking forward to Wednesday? You should because the famous INTERNeX PuB NiGHT will take place again!! Again we will start at the Rakinos to give the new candidates the chance to get to know this lovely place. And let’s see where we will go afterwards. Maybe you have a great idea for a new location.

So bring all of your friends and good mood to the PuB NiGHT on Wednesday and lets have an unforgettable evening.

 

When? Wednesday, June 29 at 6.00 pm

Where? Rakinos Pub, Level 1,35 High Street

I would love to see everyone this Wednesday at the 8th PuB NiGHT .

Cheers,

Caroline

PR-Department INTERNeX NewZealand

INTERNeX New Zealand PuB NiGHT 7.0 – Wednesday again!

Hey all!

Come join us this Wednesday for another wonderful evening in Auckland.

As usual, we will meet at the Rakinos; just a stonethrow away from the INTERNeX office. I am really excited to hear what you guys did the last two weeks and what your plans are for the upcoming weekends.

So take your friends and come to the lovely Rakinos!

If you have any questions, need our help, let us know by sending an email to pr@internexnewzealand.com.

See you all this Wednesday!

When?:     Wednesday, 15th of June, 6 pm

Where?:    Rakinos Pub Level 1,35 High Street

Cheers,
Your PR-team

INTERNeX New Zealand

Blues vs Stormers

Thanks to the Blues who are sponsoring our “Picture of the Week” competition, Philipp and I went to see the Blues vs Stormers.

Unfortunately the Blues lost the game in the last minute but we had a nice entertaining evening.

Together with a group of ten friends we went to see our first professional rugby game!

If you are keen on winning Tickets for the next home game of the Blues send us your picture of the week and maybe you will be the next lucky winner!

Have a great week!

Cheers

Paul

Email: pr@internexnewzealand.com

Picture of the week!

Today we will launch our new weekly blog post:  the picture of the week!

Philipp, one of our INTERNeX participants, has sent us this awesome picture from on of our  PuB Nights, where we met this group of lady officers!

As you can see we luckily didn’t get arrested but instead were able to take a picture with them 🙂

Congratulations!

Philipp is the lucky winner of this weeks picture competition and INTERNeX is giving Philipp two free tickets to watch the rugby game Blues vs Stormers tonight at Eden Park, sponsored by the Blues

Do you also want to have the chance to win two free tickets for the next home game of the Blues?

Just send a picture of your work experience in New Zealand to pr@internexnewzealand.com with a short description, and maybe your picture will be the winner of the next picture of the week!

Cheers,

Your PR team

Email:pr@internexnewzealand.com

PuB NiGHT 5.0 – Review

Last night we started our night at The Bluestone Room, which was very crowded at that time and we decided to continue our evening at the Rakinos where we met more friends and INTERNeX – members!

After a snack and a couple of drinks we picked up some friends in the Globe bar and finally ended up in the Provedour, down at the harbour.

 

Thank you all for coming and having a great night out together!

Enjoy the rest of the week and see you at our next PuB NiGHT

Cheers

Your PR-Team

Contact: pr@internexnewzealand.com

INTERNeX at Blue Duck Station

Hi all,

As we promised before we will tell you about the weekend trip to the Blue Duck Station, which we won at the Stray-Mazing Race two weeks ago.

Enjoy reading our summary ☺

 

Friday afternoon we started the trip with some guys from different companies of the Auckland travel industry and 3 Stray-operators. We started the trip with a 5-hour-drive to National Park, where we slept the first night at the cosy Pukenui Lodge.

After arriving and checking out our rooms, we had a couple of drinks, while chatting with the all participants of the trip in the lodge bar which looked like ski hut. Our INTERNeX-Crew finished the evening by getting a kiwi charade lesson by Chris.

What a start into the weekend.

 Saturday

Next morning we enjoyed a nice breakfast buffet at the lodge before it was time to continue our travel.

After a short photo session of all trip members in front of a massive wood kiwi figure we went on to the Blue Dock Lodge – which seems to be in the middle of nowhere!

As we arrived at the final destination the owner of the farm Dan Steele warmly welcomed us. At the Blue Duck Cafe we got an introduction about the farm, how Dan is implementing his conservation program for the area and his future tourism plans.

In the sunny afternoon we started the full adventure, with doing some axe throwing, jet boating and hunting with our local guide Dan, who told us some really interesting stories about the land and showed us the historic places of the Whanganui River.

Despite not being successful in shooting wild goats we enjoyed a delicious dinner in the Lodge’s Café. Suddenly the doors of the Café opened and to all our surprise one of Dan’s staff members entered the room riding a horse.

In the evening we relaxed at the big fireplace in front of our lodge. While it was raining we talked, drank and played some funny games…feeling really comfortable sitting dry on some sheltered benches in front of the bonfire.

 Sunday

After the nice bonfire party we had to get up pretty early in order to enjoy a long and exciting day on the farm.

The Irish kitchen crew prepared a perfect Sunday morning breakfast for all of us including scrambled eggs, sausages, toast and ham. Now we were ready to get out in the wild again. Our program for the day was horse riding, a farm drive in the awesome 4WD Polaris and kayaking on the Whanganui river.

What we didn’t know when we started our farm tour was that Dan planned to go for a quick goat hunt again. Obviously all of us agreed on postponing the kayaking and search for some tasty looking goats. While driving through the farm and spotting for goats Dan told us more interesting historical stories about his land and suddenly we stopped because one of us saw two goats standing on a hill. Unfortunately they rushed into some bushes before we had the chance to get a clear shot. However after a further 5-minute drive our hunt became successful and we ended the hunt with having a goat in the back of the Polaris.

Now we continued our tour by walking through the bush down to the Whanganui river where we jumped on some kayaks and paddled through an absolutely stunning scenery.

As we were too many people to do the Sunday activities in one group, we were split up in two groups and it was now time to change activities. That means that we left the kayaking station and made our way to the horses, which were waiting for bringing us back home.

The heavy rain couldn’t stop us from enjoying the 1 ½ hour ride on our horses through the farm land. For some of us it was the first time in their life to ride a horse, which made this day an unforgettable experience for them.

We arrived back at the Blue Duck Café completely cold and wet but nobody could take the smile off our faces. After a coffee and some time go defrost in the warm and cosy café it was time for us to leave the farm and get back toAuckland.

All in all we had a wonderful weekend full of surprises and cool activities. We definitely recommend you guys to go to the Blue Duck Station yourself and experience an amazing farm weekend.

 

For more pictures of the weekend check out: http://www.facebook.com/INTERNeX

Our thanks for the weekend go to Dan and his Blue Duck Crew and of course Stray and their entertaining and funny drivers who organised the weekend for us.

Cheers

Chris, Caroline & Paul

Tonight – New Zealand PuB NiGHT 5.0

Hey All,

Its time for our INTERNeX PuB NiGHT again. Today we will start  our evening at The Bluestone Room.

Never heard of this Pub? The Bluestone Room is a Pub in the oldest building of Auckland with a wide offer of beer in a relaxing atmosphere.

If you are up to something new then be in time and we can join the quiz night! Otherwise we will just have some nice chats about the last two weeks, while enjoying a couple of drinks.

We are really looking forward to have another wonderful and funny night.

So hope to see you all at the The Bluestone Room and as usual you are mostly welcome to bring your friends.

If you have any questions, contact us via mail or facebook.

Hope to see you on Wednesday!

When?:     Wednesday 18. May, 6 pm

Where?:    The Bluestone Room,9 – 11 Durham Lane

 

Cheers,

Caroline & Paul

PR-Team INTERNeX

Contact:  pr@internexnewzealand.com

PuB NiGHT 4.0 – Shots