City of Romantics
Auckland, one of the world's most liveable cities, is New Zealand's largest city. The city has the highest per capita yacht ownership in the world, nicknamed the City of Yachts, with one in three people owning a yacht at one time. Auckland's love of yachting is so great that immigrants from all over the country have soared in recent years, so some have abandoned their homes and bought yachts.
That's why there's a lot of room around the city. This is also true of Mission Bay, where locals like to go on weekends. Rangitoto Island can be seen across from Hauraki Bay. The long and thick middle resembles a boa snake in a little prince. In the background, there are sailors, couples jogging along the white sand beach, dads walking at the speed of a child's tricycle, a grandmother playing with a dog, and a man sitting on a bench and listening to music. As if it was held in a competition, there is no time to show off their own leisure. These different kinds of laid backs have earned the nickname 'City of Yachts'.
● Rotorua Rotorua
Several factors that will bring you New Zealand
What's the first thing that comes to mind in New Zealand? Some may think of kiwi birds, some of the beautiful natural landscapes of the South Island, and some of the native Maori people. But movie fans around the world will be a little different. It's been 18 years since the first series was released, but I can't forget New Zealand-born film director Peter Jackson.
A filming location in the center of Rotorua. Redwood Arboretum, known as the location of Jurassic Park, as well as The Lord of the Rings. As you enter the dense forests, the tall metasequoia trees are crushed from side to side. Metasequoia is an extant fossil plant that has existed since the mesozoic era of dinosaurs. It is indeed the shooting location of the dinosaur movie. Deep into the forests are trees of coniferous forests such as Radiata Pine, Savior Larch and Misong, Segovia Trees, pine trees, moss pine trees, etc.
Paleozoic plant ferns that grow everywhere add to the atmosphere. A few years ago, the New Zealand government pushed to change the flag to find New Zealand's identity. This was the opportunity to show the world the silver fern 'Sliver Fern', which was found in the leading candidates of the national flag. The silver fern, which is easily found throughout New Zealand, is a giant fern that grows up to 10 meters in length, and the front of the leaf is green like the common fern, but the back is silver. In fact, the Maori guided the back of the silver fern, which shines under the moonlight, and roamed the woods. Although the national flag change, which was carried out until the referendum, failed because of the economic recession, silver fern is now used as an unofficial national symbol of New Zealand in various fields.
The ground is boiling. The eyes are full of water vapor. Located in the Pacific Rim midwifery called the Ring of Fire, Rotorua is one of the most active geothermal zones in the world. Pohutu, the largest geyser in the southern part, spews hot water every hour, sometimes rising as high as 30m.
Rotorua night sky with milky way
New Zealand's night sky, which was ranked second in the world with the lowest concentration of fine dust in the 2017 World Economic Forum, was clear. It was the first time I saw the Milky Way. The Southern Cross on the New Zealand flag could also be found. It is only visible below 30 degrees north, but it is a constellation that guides the southern hemisphere sky like the Big Dipper in the northern hemisphere. Now that I have a state-of-the-art GPS, I want to know what it is, but now and now the stars give us directions to go. Where to sail, what is the real value to pursue in life? Is that so? One day in New Zealand always flowed through the stars. Now, when I look back, the moments that I regarded as being free were shining brightest. It was free but heaven.
There are three caves in the Waitomo area where the Wai, which means water in Maori, and the Tomo, which means cave. It starts with the Waitomo Glowworm Cave, followed by the Ruakuri Cave and the Aranui Cave. It wasn't long before the existence of this cave was revealed to the world. In 1887, British surveyor Fred Mace discovers a suspicious cave on his way home. Fred goes to the Maori chief Thane Tinorau and suggests caving. The formed cave expeditions will probably enter the dark plains of the cave, relying on candles against the Waitomo River on a raft of stems.
As he continued down the cave, the bottom turned into a river, and a ship appeared. As you put yourself on the boat, the artificial light that began to shine slowly fades away. The silence comes with deep darkness. Then it glistens within. The universe unfolds above the head. Far away I'm so excited that my eyes are shining.
A firefly larva found only in New Zealand, a little different from what we think about fireflies. Fireflies are flying insects of the coleoptera, but glowworms, as the name suggests, are caterpillars. Fireflies glow for mating, but glowworms glow for feeding.Yes. So far, the larva's anus was not appreciated. The ship begins to move along the ray of light outside the cave. Warm warmth with bright light brings reality to the whole body.
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