Shopping at Indian supermarket in New Zealand – wish you a happy start in the New Year

Dear Sneha, It’s such a beautiful Indian supermarket. I like only Indian cuisine and I therefore like to know more about the prices of Indian groceries all over the world. I have watched many videos regarding this relating to other English speaking countries like England, Australia, America and Canada etc. Prices are very reasonable in their respective currencies.

When we were very young about five decades back the prices of commodities ( fooding specially, other kinds of also) were like this which is now in 2021 in those abovementioned countries. Now we have one request to you. Please make one much longer durational video.showing the prices of rice, pulses and other Indian grocery items very well. You need not convert the prices to Indian currency. You just show us the price tags very well with more càmera fixation time.

For example a 5 KG bag of India Gate basmati rice is US $ 10 or so in USA. So you please show us the price tag of a 5 KG certain brand’s basmati rice in so and so Newzealand Dollars. We hope you would upload such a video soon. We have watched your video from beginning to end without interruption and liked it. Thank you very much for your nice video. With lots of love and regards, Jayantàda, 21/06/2021

Whangarei is in the Northland region of New Zealand’s North Island. It was our first time visiting Whangarei and we went there after our trip to Kawau Island in our previous vlog. We drove to Whangarei from Paparoa which was where we our Airbnb was after Kawau Island: (see a tour of the cabin towards the end of our previous vlog: First stop in Whangarei was to get some food. We love Vietnamese food so when one of our awesome supporters recommended Mean’s Vietnamese Cafe in his home city of Whangarei, we had to go try it out.

It was exactly what we needed to kick start our day! Mean’s Vietnamese Cafe Address: 13 Rathbone Street, Whangārei 0110 Hours: Tue Sat 11am–2:45pm, 5–8:45pm Sun 12pm–2:45pm, 5–7:45pm Mon Closed Our next stop was to Kiwi North, a unique and educational place where we were able to see a young 10 year old tuatara and two very cute kiwi birds. Kiwi North play a very important role in the conservation of kiwi birds. They look after and raise the young chicks to maturity before they are released to a sanctuary or a facility where they’re bred. Kiwi North is Northland’s only Kiwi house and they also have a museum and heritage park all in the same complex which makes it a great place for learning and spending a few hours at. Kiwi North: Museum, Kiwi House and Heritage Park Address: 500 State Highway 14, Maunu, Whangārei 0179 Hours: Mon–Sun 10am–4pm Our Whangarei accommodation was a super clean, modern, self-contained unit that had its own off-street parking, private entrance and deck too. The space was conveniently close to Whangarei Falls and the city centre making it such a great stay for the two of us. Lynette’s Airbnb The next day after checking out of Lynette’s place, we visited one of Whangarei’s most popular attractions, Otuihau Whangarei Falls. A majestic and very scenic waterfall with a short looped walk. We loved that you could see this waterfall from all angles. A great spot for photos too. Our final stop in Whangarei before we returned to Auckland was Mount Parihaka an ancient volcano and said to be once the largest fortified pā in New Zealand. There are native bush walking tracks that reach the summit which require varying fitness levels depending on the track. However, we drove to the top via Memorial Drive, parked there then walked a flight of stairs to get to the viewing platform. Mt Parihaka Lookout had great scenic views of Whangarei city and harbour.

Northland region of New Zealand’s –  What to eat in Auckland, New Zealand | New Zealand food tour

We’re home in New Zealand and are so excited to bring you this 4 part series on the best food in our homeland.

This is our 4th New Zealand video and it’s based in our hometown of Auckland. Auckland is a very multi-cultural city and the food scene is diverse and vibrant. We hunt down traditional hāngi, Indian chaat, Szechaun noodles and a unique Samoan pie.

What we ate and where we ate it:

1. Hāngi from The Māori Kitchen, Queens Wharf International Cruise Terminal, 89 Quay St, Auckland 1010, New Zealand. Open daily 7:00am to 4:00pm.

2. Chaat from Mumbai Chaat, 1 Kitchener Rd, Sandringham, Auckland 1025, New Zealand. Open Monday 12:00pm to 9:00pm, Wednesday and Thursday 11:30am to 9:00pm, Friday to Sunday 11:30am to 9:30pm.

3. Dan dan noodles and dumplings from Eden Noodles, 105 Dominion Rd, Mount Eden, Auckland 1024, New Zealand. Open 11:30am to 9:30pm.

4. Palusami pie from Blue Rose, 414 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham, Auckland 1025, New Zealand. Open Monday 9:00am to 3:00pm, Tuesday to Friday 7:00am to 3:00pm, Saturday and Sunday 8:00am to 4:00pm.

About Kiwiamericans 🇺🇸 🇳🇿 We are a family of 6 Americans who are living and working in New Zealand and documenting our journey! Our family moved here 5 years ago and love sharing our journey with you. Join us for weekly videos as we explore what it is like moving to New Zealand, things you should know about where to go, and the cultural differences to expect – should you decide to come here.

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