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  • New Zealand Language, Language of New Zealand

    …government shows about 130,000 people speak some Maori. A visit to New Zealand will introduce you to many Maori place names, such as Onehunga, Whangamomona, Kahikatea and Nguru. There are also many Maori cultural attractions and places that you can visit to meet the Maori people, learn of their…

  • Maori Culture New Zealand, Maori Culture, Traditions and Tourism

    …names. In fact, Maori has a logical structure, and, unlike English, has very consistent rules of pronunciation. How Do You Say Onehunga, Whangamomona, Kahikatea, and Nguru? Maori consists of five vowel sounds: a e i o u ('a' as in 'car', 'e' as in 'egg', 'i' like the 'ee' in 'tee', 'u' like…

  • FORGOTTEN WORLD ADVENTURES - Taumarunui : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …ADVENTURES - Taumarunui FORGOTTEN WORLD ADVENTURES - Taumarunui Visit Web Site New Zealand rail tours with a difference departing from Taumarunui, Whangamomona or Stratford. The ultimate way to explore rural New Zealand, along decommissioned railway lines, through tunnels, over bridges and rivers…

  • Taranaki New Zealand Scenic Highlights, Things to See in Taranaki NZ

    …this steep and muddy terrain. Driving over the four steep hills today, you begin to understand why it took a packhorse four days to reach Whangamomona, the midway point. First settled in 1895, with no road or rail access, the great flood of 1924 sealed the village's fate and today there's just…


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