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A Beginner's Guide to New Zealand

A Beginner's Guide to New Zealand The Kiwi Site offers a fun and funky way to get to know New Zealand, land of many more sheep than people. The site's author, too shy to put his name on the site, is obviously a "dyed in the wool" Kiwi (New Zealander) who loves this beautiful island country. The
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A Beginner's Guide to New Zealand


The Kiwi Site offers a fun and funky way to get to know New Zealand, land of many more sheep than people. The site's author, too shy to put his name on the site, is obviously a "dyed in the wool" Kiwi (New Zealander) who loves this beautiful island country. The Beginner's Guide offers facts about New Zealand, quotes from New Zealand lovers and detractors, New Zealand news and maps, a fun quiz to test your knowledge of New Zealand, a quiz on how well you can think like a sheep, a customs game, a sheep tycoon game, and links to other New Zealand sites.

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