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The largest city in New Zealand is a rather flat piece of land, sandwiched between two harbours and punctuated by random volcanic cones.It has 1.4 million inhabitants (more than the whole population of the South Island), consisting mostly of Asians and Polynesians. In fact, if you walk down the main shopping street in the city - Queen St - you'd probably think that you're in another Asian city.Coupled with the geographical flatness of the city, I'm glad I didn't choose the city to settle down in.Waiheke Island, on the other hand, is a hilly island just 35 mins away by ferry from the CBD. It has quaint little shops and cafes, nice beaches, and generally great views wherever you look. Lots of vineyards dot the island too, and I hope to visit them someday.***I chanced upon a movie that was being filmed in Auckland. A pair of lovers separated by 8500km between them met randomly in the city, and a whirlwind 28 hours ensued. Gist of the movie: When destiny decides to show you a glimpse of how it could
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