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Amazing Paradise City (New Zealand)

by Eduardo Rivera Jaramillo
(Chofu-shi, Tokyo, Japan)

Paradise City

Paradise City

I must confess that I have never been to New Zealand, but I'd love to be there because I know it is a land of striking beauty, a town of legendary warmth, full of amazing discoveries and pleasures of their comfortable travel.

With great facilities to move from side to side, its two main islands, North Island and South Island, offer travelers an adventure in which the distances are short, driving by car is easy, and public transport is wonderfully efficient.

In New Zealand there is a fascinating culture, a playground filled with adventure, and a paradise untouched, regarded as "one of the favorite places in the world."

When I investigated more about New Zealand, my reaction was not about how far it is, but rather why I had waited so long to visit that country.

With ancient rainforests and large-scale nature, filled with lakes and rivers, it has the largest virgin forest area of a city. New Zealand is an excellent place to visit!

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