“Rugged and remote”

New Zealand’s natural beauty and economic opportunities offer settlers the good life
Kersie Khambatta

"Why did you choose New Zealand?” This was the question asked us decades ago when we migrated from Bombay in 1992. New Zealand is beautiful, rugged and remote. It is in a corner of the world. It is clean and green. We have golden sand and black sand beaches, huge dunes and dense native bush. We have the magnificent Southern Alps in the South Island. The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern said, "We are lucky to call the most beautiful country in the world, home. I wouldn’t want to raise my child anywhere else.” It is a young country. The......

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Beautiful article on New Zealand. Evokes memories of my visits to this country with great scenic beauty.
- Mehroo K Golvala
- 22-Sep-2019