A thing about all foreigners notice and are annoyed about is the way New Zealanders install the water taps in the sinks – you will almost always find a seperate tap for hot and one for cold water. While ‘cold’ is only cool in summer and the ‘hot’ water needs a while to arrive, it still leaves you only two options for washing your hands: Boiling or freezing them. That is, if you manage to actually get your hands under the tap, for often enough they are located so close to the sink edge that the water only just makes it into the sink..
Please, someone explain to these people the merrits of one single tap with two knobs… xP
As in news.. it’s kinda hard to publish photos right now, but soon.. ^^ The three of us are preparing for the Routeburn Track in Queenstown right now, so you’ll hopefully see a lot of nice pictures in a while.. :)