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As you might already know, this travel blog is a way for Bernard and me to track our adventures. I can’t tell you how many times we refer back to one of our 70+ travel blogs to find details, maps, dates, etc. That said, don’t hesitate to enjoy photos and just skim or ignore text.

For a complete map of our driving routes, see the last photo of this blog.

September 30 – 3 hours Tucson-Houston; 5 hours stop; 15 hours Houston-Auckland; 1 hour Auckland Layover; 1 hour Auckland-Wellington

Departs from Arizona on September 30 and arrives in Auckland, New Zealand on October 2; crossed international borders and lost one day.

Before
Māori Ceremony House Māori Ceremony House
Māori Ceremony House
Te Papa also has an exhibition of cultural and natural history, all done very well
leaving Arizona, we bought several mesquite honey jars for friends in New Zealand. On the plane, Bernie filled out our special NZ entry form. In the part where he asked if we had ‘animal products’, Bernie checked the ‘no’ box before reading to the end where honey was specifically mentioned.

When you enter NZ, they X-ray your bag and of course they see honey. They asked why we did not state it and honestly what we could say – ignorance, fatigue after traveling for …

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