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New Zealand 16 Plucked Straight From A Film Set Or A Coffee Table Book Of Picture Perfect Scenery, New Zealand Is Jaw Droppingly GorgeousFive Authors, 26 Weeks On The Road Research, 116 Maps And 59,000 Square Kilometres Of Parks And Reserves Inspirational Photos Clear, Easy To Use Maps And A Pull Out Map Trekking, Skiing And Extreme Activities Features Comprehensive Planning Tools Indepth Background Coverage Includes Planning Chapters, Auckland, Bay Of Islands, Northland, Coromandel Peninsula, Waikato, The King Country, Taranakai, Whanganui, Taupo, The Central Plateau, Rotorua, The Bay Of Plenty, East Coast, Wellington Region, Marlborough, Nelson, The West Coast, Christchurch, Canterbury, Dunedin, Otago, Queenstown, Wanaka, Fiordland, Southland, Understand And Survival ChaptersEnglish By Birth, Australian By Chance, All Blacks Fan By Choice Charles Rawlings Way S Early Understanding Of Aotearoa Was Less Than Comprehensive Sheep, Mountains, Sheep On Mountains He Realised There Wasto It When A Wandering Uncle Returned With A Faux Jade Tiki In 1981 Mt Taranaki S Snowy Summit, Raglan S Point Breaks And Whanganui S Raffish Charm Have Enthralled He S Once Again Smitten With NZ S Phantasmal Landscapes, Disarming Locals And Determination To Sculpt Its Own Political And Indigenous Destiny On His Third Research Trip To The Mainland , Brett Atkinson Explored Maori Rock Art, Stayed In A Historic Cottage In The Gibbston Valley, And Negotiated A Penny Farthing Bicycle Around Oamaru Two Weeks Researching Earthquake Damaged Christchurch Left Him Evenimpressed With The Resilience And Determination Of The People Of Canterbury Brett Has Covered Ten Countries For Lonely Planet, Andthan 40 Countries As A Freelance Travel And Food Writer Raiseda The Top Of The South Sarah Bennett Migrated To Wellington At 16 And Has Lived There Ever Since, Except For Various Travels And A Stint In London Working At Lonely Planet S UK Office During Research, She Strives To Find Fault, Particularly In Relation To Baked Gonds And Beer Selection Sarah Is Joined In This Endless Quest By Ber Husband And Co Writer, Lee Slater English By Birth And Now A Naturahsed New Zealander, Lee S First Career As An Engineer Has Seen Him Travel Extensively Around Europe, The Middle East, North Africa And The Caucasus Sarah And Lee Are Co Authors Of Let S Go Camping And The New Zealand Tramper S Handbook They Are Also Freelance Feature Writers For Newspapers And Magazines, Including The Dominion Post And Wilderness After Nearly A Decade Working For Off Shore Publishing Companies, Peter Dragicevich S Life Has Come Full Circle, Returning To West Auckland Where He Was Raised As Managing Editor Of Auckland Based Express Newspaper He Spent Much Of The 90s Writing About The Local Arts, Club And Bar Scenes This Is The Third Edition Of The NewZealand Guide He S Worked On And, After Dozens Of Lonely Planet Assignments, It Remains His Favourite Gig.


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