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Esther Goh

Writer and digital specialist hooked on travel and food. Calls Auckland home but desperately misses Mexican and Italian cuisine. Esther blogs at NZ Muse.
Posts by Esther Goh
8 visa destinations worth visiting in 2016

8 visa destinations worth visiting in 2016

When it comes to travel, we’re spoiled in New Zealand. There is no shortage of stunningly beautiful destinations in our...
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8 places that are too good for an Instagram filter

8 places that are too good for an Instagram filter

Instagram changed everything. Now there’s no excuse for a substandard selfie, food snap or travel pic. Heck, people are now...
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7 last minute Christmas gifts you can buy at the airport

7 last minute Christmas gifts you can buy at the airport

Travelling during the holidays is stressful enough in its own right. And when you realise that you totally forgot to...
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The Cook Islands: Which one is for you?

The Cook Islands: Which one is for you?

It’s no secret that we Kiwis love the Cook Islands. We’ve got a history of close social and economic ties...
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Fashion Face-Off: North Island vs South Island

Fashion Face-Off: North Island vs South Island

Kiwis are a down-to-earth bunch and our sense of style is equally relaxed. Think comfy and casual – jandals in...
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The worst souvenirs you can buy around the world

The worst souvenirs you can buy around the world

One of the many joys of travel is collecting mementos from all the amazing places you’ve been to, to remember...
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The ultimate Kiwi summer festival bucket list

The ultimate Kiwi summer festival bucket list

Summer is prime festival season in New Zealand! There’s no better way to get a close up and personal dose...
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How to survive London in the British summertime 2

How to survive London in the British summertime

Search flights to London Cold, grey and wet – London weather can certainly be grim and it’s always good fodder...
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6 reasons to visit New Zealand in winter 2

6 reasons to wander around New Zealand in winter

Off-peak travel means fewer people and smaller crowds and that means, ka-ching!, accommodation and activities are likely to be cheaper....
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