On the off chance that in New Zealand ensure you attempt L&P Pop – this stuff is remarkable to New Zealand and you won’t find it elsewhere! Each explorer should likewise attempt a Hangi – a customary Maori feast that is cooked underground!
No matter where you are in the world, give the delicious cake-like dessert known as Pavlova a try! For decades, New Zealanders and Australians have fought over who invented it.
Tips for backpacking in Australia Kangaroo Meat, by Eric in San Francisco (CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL), from Wikimedia Commons 7. Travel with a Notebook Utilizing the internet on the computers in a hostel can sometimes be costly. Nowadays, Wi-Fi is available in most places, and many cafes in Australia and New Zealand offer free Wi-Fi when you buy a coffee or drink. Buy a cheap notebook instead of your expensive laptop (I found one on Ebay for $100).
They don’t take up a lot of space in your luggage and won’t make you cry or scream if they get lost or damaged. The journal permits me to compose websites, stay in contact with companions through Facebook and serve as a scaled down television when hungover or needing a bit of ‘personal time.’