Hello from New Zealand

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  1. godfrey

    godfrey

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    Diana &Godfrey, origionally from South Wales , been motor homeing since 2000 and caravans prior to that, bought our first van in 1966 in Senni Bridge and had one ever since, on m/h no 3 now a Ducato Maxi van conversion , we love it NZ is a great place for motor homing,
     
  2. big bertha

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    Welcome from Scotland, would love to visit New Zealand one day.(y) Maybe next time I do Oz if I'm not to old:D
     
  3. DABurleigh

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    What a fantastic country we was out there in 2006 in palmerston north,toured for 4 weeks.
    We would go back tomorrow.
    Welcome from Southampton.(y)
     
  5. DocHoliday

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    Love NZ. Spent three months touring around it in the 1980s, from Cape Reinga to Invercargill, in a smoking Corolla estate - not exactly luxury!

    Would love to do it again in a MH, but rentals look ruinously expensive for a multi-month trip.
     
  6. Popeye

    Popeye Funster Life Member

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    :welc:Welcome from New Forest........NZ, the only country I've ever visited that I'd happily settle in, she of course won't sanction that as we'd rarely see the grand-sprogs.
     
  7. DBK

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    Just watched the second Hobbit film, better than the first I thought. Not sure about the Orcs but I am sure the rest of the natives are friendly and the NZ scenery is spectacular.

    Big welcome.
     
  8. fifthwheel

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    Hi and welcome from sunny Yorkshire, would love to visit NZ
     
  9. Soaringman

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    Hi and welcome, it was when we went on a Motorhome holiday to NZ that we decided to get one back in the UK. Great country, having travelled most of the world on business, I can truly say this is a place I would love to live.
    Great scenery, geology, and the national sport is Rugby. What else is there!
    Would love to do it again, but the price of hiring a Motorhome is a bit steep, especially as we have retired.
     
  10. Momo

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    Hi Godfrey and welcome to the Fun! (y):welc:

    Lots of Spaniards who go to Australia, NZ, Canada etc. do a swap of motorhomes and seems to work out really well! (y)
     
  11. scousebird

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    Hello (y)
     
  12. Brian and Jo

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    hello there and welcome to MHF from us 2:)
    brian and jo
     
  13. Al-Di

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    Welcome,
    Alan + Diane,
     

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