It's the same every year but maybe more noticeable this autumn - daylight saving, the official end of summer and the prompt onset of wild weather everywhere in New Zealand. While it is still reasonably warm, this years' easter egg hunt will be an indoor one for most.
It's been heavily covered in the news worldwide - the royal visit of William, Kate and Baby George has once again put New Zealand on the map and showed the hospitality, beauty and down-to-earth-ness of our country (if there is no such word, now there is). The overall excitement was infectious and definitely put a big dreamy smile on many little and big girls all over the country.
We have not been idle in the past few months. In fact, this is our busiest time of the year as we welcome many clients who are visiting the country and stop by in our Nelson office. Many love this region and want to stay and here's why:
Having fun is an essential part of our team, so Julia and I travelled to Wellington to take part in the Colour Run - apparently the happiest 5km on the planet. And they were right.
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