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New Zealand Information Network Spring Newsletter


New Zealand Information Network Spring Newsletter

Spring is in the air. Blossom is bursting forth. New Zealand's Information Network is buzzing like the proverbial bee.

Visit New Zealand and experience the joys of spring. But before you pack your bags make sure you log onto our Penpals and Chat Room site and make some good Kiwi contacts. Our Penpals service is completely free and thousands of Pals are talking to their Kiwi friends in ‘real time’. Check out the listings of cool people with zany crazy names. They are the friendliest people on earth! See http://www.penpals.co.nz

Speaking of friendly… with all the shocking antics lately around some of the popular high density tourist destinations, it is understandable that many of the world’s travelers are currently opting to choose New Zealand as their next ‘port of call’ as a tourist friendly destination. And with Spring in the air always comes the promise of new and exciting beginnings, so we can’t really blame you all for wanting to join us over here for some serious R & R!

Also check out our E-Cards site. This World Series of Electronic Cards http://www.worldelectroniccards.com is ideal for Postcards or Screensavers http://www.worldscreensavers.com Our E-cards are a great way to keep in touch with friends and family while you are traveling. For those of you with a wicked sense of humor and wanting to send postcards with an extra ‘zing’ then check out our new selection of Humorous E-cards. Go for it! See http://www.sexual.co.nz/gallery/

Talking about spring, New Zealand's Information Network has some great "Spring Specials" in Transport and Accommodation. Some of our Rental Car companies are offering unbelievable deals as low as $19.00NZ a day. See http://www.nznz.co.nz/Transportation/Car_Rentals/ We provide real-time Worldwide Hotel Bookings See http://www.travelbookings.co.nz/reservations/ as well as a Comprehensive New Zealand Reservation Service. See http://www.travelbookings.co.nz/reservations/stay/ We have a great variety of places to stay to suit you and your budget.

It has never been easier or cheaper to visit New Zealand. We have top shelf scenery and attractions here for the traveler, at bargain prices. Our lush, green islands are jammed packed with fun adventure activities, fine wine, gourmet food and the irrepressible Kiwi spirit. Traveling is a breeze; its safe and the people are very, very friendly. Come down and check it out for yourself soon!

Best Regards New Zealand's Information Network - Scanning the nation for YOUR information

E-mail: mailto:info@newzealandnz.co.nz Web-site: http://www.newzealandnz.co.nz

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