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... 8211; Silver Fern) and a big assortment of birds. And definitely the lovely company of the family Kleven, really enjoyed my stays together with Hanneke Hesen and Jochem Kolfhof, travel companions in NZ, also from Holland. In the meantime I have met a lot of friends from Sanne, sometimes I can not even remember their names, but is nice to meet new people! My English is getting better because I have to chat in English more than I have to chat in Dutch;) ...
... beforehand was that a cut down tree will lose its leaves. Fortunately, they had a generous budget to spend and got 300000 leaves from Taiwan which had to be put up on the original tree manually. Some time passed again and the leaves started to change colour. What would you do if you were Peter Jackson? Right, get people to paint each and every individual leaf so that there is no colour difference in the movies.
- the oak tree died until the filming of the Hobbit movies started but ...
Decided to go to Raglan this weekend! One of NZ's most well known surfing beaches, Ngarunui beach is just a few minutes drive from the town. Considering it's not even summer yet the beach was packed! There were at least 40 people with surf boards in the water, they must have been freezing. Although it was ...
... to get them through. They tell you if you only have an hour before departure, to tell them. We had plenty of time, and with plenty of check in counters we were through check in, immigration and passports in less than 30 minutes less than the 40 minute wait for our bags in Auckland. Plenty of time to spend those last few dirum in duty free!
... lake. The surrounding rolling farmland was untouched by roads, buildings or power lines.
Site construction started in March 1999. Initially this involved heavy earthmoving machinery provided by the NZ Army. The Army spent a few weeks having to build a road through the farm land to supply the area with all of the equipment. Total site construction took 9 months. Filming commenced in December 1999 and continued for 3 months.