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New Zealand

​New Zealand's  two main Islands are 260,000 square miles of beautiful mountains and deep valleys.  At a population of 4.7 million people, there a lot of space for visitors.  The North Island (Te Ika-a-Maui) and the Southern Island (Te Waipounamu) are across the Tasmanian Sea from their sister State, Australia.

​The Maori culture was established here about 750 years ago and is still there contributing its influence to this modern State, in a very positive way.  They have given up eating sailors, and their warlike rituals are attracting tourist and contributing to the economy.