Of the Anglosphere, NZ is probably the least discussed.
We all know what's nice about the rest of them, though we're reminded often on /int/ what's shit:
>Orwellian Police State
>Bin that knife
>Women are disgusting
>Descendants of convicts
>Pakis and Curries
>Reddit: the country
Meanwhile, what do we really have against New Zealand?
Sheepshagging? Pretty sure that's a meme.
Middle-Earth? Tbh LOTR showed off how pretty NZ can be.
The flag referendum? Well it hasn't happened yet and they'll most likely keep the current one.
Maoris? Literally a bro-tier minority compared to abos, niggers, pakis and chinks.
Aussies shitposting, nothing new here.
Is New Zealand actually the comfiest Anglosphere country?
Except the convicts and spiders.
Our sjws are as bad as they are anywhere. The chinks aren't so bad. The ones that migrate here generally have a desire for the comfy, so they try to fit in.
Inter city transport is poor here, mostly because large sized cities are a long way apart. You can technically take a train from Auckland to Wellington but few do. Within Auckland and Wellington public transport is good. You can take a greyhound type inter city bus though.
Much better to fly between big cities or rent a car and drive. The only way to really see New Zealand is by car.
Most cities don't. You hardly ever get it at all in the North Island, In christchurch we only get it once every couple of years.
The mountainous parts of the country get it a lot. Christchurch is only two hours away from ski fields.
New Zealand is like Australia, except the weather is better and there are less deadly animals. The only problem is that they're completely irrelevant, although that's not a huge problem if you just want a place to retire. Also they drink horse semen in pubs.
Bu-but I want I want to see the stuff in between. There are lots of see-worthy things between Christchurch and Auckland, no?
How is the weather in July? I like chillier temperatures, but it starts to get uncomfortable for sightseeing below 5 C. No snow at all? Maybe in Queenstown?
Well...they have a 'culture' but it's French, so you don't like it
Well of course but it depends on how much you can spend and how many pit stops you're going to take.
You need a car to properly experience NZ. Your only bus options for the most part are extremely over priced tourist busses filled with loud Americans and louder Asians. There are some cheap ones you can grab between cities etc but they're gonna take main roads, not scenic routes.
Take it from someone who's lived here for a year and is getting his drivers license because of it, despite happily using public transport in 5+ countries before.
Generally cheaper the more days you have one out. You can just drop them off in whatever city branch is convenient for you too. Have a look online and get a quote from the first 3 sites that come up for it, there won't really be any other chains worth looking at after those.
This reads like some fourteen year old googled "being cultured" and made a comic out of it.
How long have you got Sverige? If you've only got a week or two I would spend a few days in Auckland and do Waiheke Island and the Coromandel. Then fly to either Christchurch or Queenstown, rent a car and go around the South Island. Make sure to do Milford Sound, Kaikoura, Hanmer Springs, Golden Bay and go skiiing in winter.
Sounds great lads. I will consider flying to Christchurch if there isn't much to do on North Island. On the other hand, I would feel like missing out huge aprts of the country.
I think I might have about a month in Australia and New Zealand. I don't know how much time I will need still, but as an airline employee I can be flexible with flights.