After 12 days of driving across NZ, our trip finally reached its end; we took a flight back from Auckland to Delhi.
Eating & Drinking:
Coffee at most roadside restaurants, cafés and even fuel stations is excellent; make sure you have your dose of it. Load up on munchies and fresh fruits at the supermarkets for those hunger pangs during your long drives or to enjoy a simple meal in the various picnic spots you encounter. Lemon& Perua is a popular soft drink in NZ, give it a try while you are there. And if you love seafood, green lipped mussels is a must have. Some local restaurants in Rotorua offer fried bread and other slow cooked Maori dishes, do try them if you don’t get a chance to go to the Maori Village.
How to get around:
Driving is the best way to get around, the journey is comfortable and delightful with well-maintained highways dotted with view-points and picnic spots. In order to travel between the islands you can take a ferry or a flight as per your convenience.
Tip: You can hire a rental car from Avis or Hertz counters at the airport or pre book the same to save time. NZ accepts the Indian driving license and has the left side drive, which makes it fairly simple for Indians.
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