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This is especially true for the driver as you’ll need extra time to cover long distance. Some traffic rules differ a bit from what we have in Malaysia e.g.in terms of right-of-way, so check this out before you start driving.We understand why you are blocking ads, but just know it compromises your site experience (features may break or not appear entirely) and prevents us from investing in the Future of Porn.by Jamilah Samian My family and I went to New Zealand recently for 14 days from 23/5/08 till 6/6/08. As much as possible we avoid traveling at night for safety reasons.The campervan offers the ultimate flexibility and more fun (my personal opinion of course) as you don’t have to lug bags in and out of hotels or make prior arrangements with cabs to get to your next destination.It’s an excellent choice if you want to fully engage with nature, which was what we had in mind in the first place.Reached Puzzling World (owned and ran by the family of Stuart Landsborough) on the way to Wanaka. Warm welcome by En Khairuddin (postgraduate student) and Pn Ita. Feted to a delicious dinner of sambal tumis and mackerel with soy sauce! You can experience the Antarctic Storm (starting at -8C), watch penguins at feeding time and go for the Hagglund Ride.
One table could stay intact while vehicle is in motion so kids could read/play board games while you’re on the move. Both Ahmad Fakhri and I are used to traveling since our student days so exploring a foreign country on our own is not something new to us.Check if the campervan you’re booking is automatic or manual.Ours was manual, which can be a bit unnerving if you haven’t touched one in years. The campervan is very much a Do-It-Yourself thing, so you need to be a hands-on person with a good dose of the adventurous streak to boot.Ahmad Fakhri - Overall Program Manager; Me - Food Coordinator; Alia (age: 17) - Financial & Medical Coordinator; Safi (14) - Journey Coordinator; Syarif (12) - Prayer Schedule & Gadget Coordinator; Siraj (9) - Airport & Weather Coordinator. It’s a challenge to drive a vehicle this size around the city (plus it’s manual and neither of us have touched the wheel of one for years) but Ahmad finally succeeded to find a parking space. Lunch at Kampung Delights along Albert Street, a Malaysian restaurant patronised by Malaysia Airlines cabin crew and Malaysian students. Met up with a lovely couple, Roshidah (a chartered accountant) and Richard (an engineer) and their kids, Adam and Aishah. Was told they exacted high standards during research to ensure the halal requirement is adhered to, so look out for this guide. Besides, population is relatively low and heard that there are more sheep than people in New Zealand. Next stop was at Sea & City Museum (entrance is free) where we came across a number of Kiwi students on a class visit. Watched a holographic performance by “little people”.Disembarked at Auckland and greeted by cheerful Dave who brought us to the KEA Campers headquarters. A choice of rice and two selected dishes for one person cost about NZ8. The booklet is produced by the Mount Eden Islamic Information Centre. Ahmad’s cousin, Thaharah, a post-graduate student, lives here with her husband Taufiq and three kids. When the sun shines, it does so with such brilliance. Encountered reminders and stark messages along the way e.g. Walked to Te Papa, a good educational opportunity for kids. Te Papa is six stories high but we only managed to see four.