The unofficial pictorial biography of New Zealand
So glad you’re here, because we’re going on a tour of New Zealand. Not quite the amazing scenery, but rather a trip on fire trucks, in yoga classes, cafes, bakeries, construction sites, restaurants. And yes, sheep.
Some part of this biography will be through a series of photo “albums”. Others will be with lavish cartoon diaries (check out the nav bar on the right).
To open the album, just click on an image, and boof—you’re in a whole new world. Try it! If you’d like to see the photos via a “category”, then click on www.theotherseandsouza.com/library.
P.S. The cartoon diaries and especially the photo albums get updated on a fairly regular basis.Sometimes once or twice a week. If you want to peek into New Zealand often, yes, there is a way to get updates.
Right now there are close to about 150 different businesses. You’re unlikely to want to see them all, hence, it may be a good idea to have a look at the categories (see link above) and go from there.
Take your time and click through some of the albums. At the bottom of each album, you’ll find a link to subscribe and a zany newsletter will show up on a monthly basis.
Around 6pm, the daily process of baking bread begins at Daily Bread, Pt.Chevalier. It picks up momentum through the night, finishing off at around 3:30 am, when the bread is packed in boxes to be delivered around Auckland.
Making sourdough with a 600-year-old starter!
Pooran at Cassia, New Zealand's Restaurant of the Year, Supreme Winner.Khushal cleans the fish, then pats it down to remove any excess moisture before hanging it in the refrigerator over Himalayan salt. This method keeps the flesh firm. Cara preparando el postre!Mira...
The all-new version of Cassia, now at Sky City
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