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Funny Photos from the Cook Islands & New Zealand
Above left: Tai's Weather Rock on Muri Beach is used to
predict the weather in the Cook Islands. As it says, if the rock is wet
then it's raining. Thanks for the help, Tai.
Above center: Which child?
Above right: As it says, "Please do not used the plate for your mosquitoe
coil and feeding the cat. Please don't." After reading this
sign in my motel room on Aitutaki, I decided not to eat off the dinner plates.
Above left: On a cruise boat in Aitutaki after another hard day.
Above center: How do Kiwis REALLY feel about Aussies?
Above right: The "Cod Piece" was my favorite restaurant in
Above left: The world's largest bottle of soda pop?
Above center: And probably the largest slice of Kiwifruit in the world.
Above right: New Zealanders use emus in many ways.
Above left: I think the owner needs some
Above center: A flat penguin is not a
Above right: Santa celebrating Christmas with Jim Beam in Oamaru.
Above left: Folks living on Baldwin Street in Dunedin have a unique
"slant" on the world.
Above center: The southernmost bar in
Above right: Surfer dude near Invercargill.
Above left: The sausage capital? This
is my kind of place!
Above center: Genetically engineered
fruit in Cromwell.
Above right: A genetically-engineered sweater in Geraldine.
Above left: I'm sure there's an interesting
Above center: Tight fit on the bridge.
Above right: Since my last name is Leu, I got
a kick out out this "Superloo" in Nelson.
Left: Most likely the world's largest sheep.
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