Malaysia English (or also known as Manglish) is the most interesting product of the multicultural and multiracial country! I'm proud of myself lah.
|Airport goodbye is really touch ;')|
After the goodbye we went into the departure hall in SIN. Bought something to eat until we realized clock is ticking where the gate is almost closing! Then we ran like phycho mad in the airport from east to west to reach the gate, finally we embark our journey successfully!
Jetstar is another good example of Airasia. No TV no entertainment. I met ah yao and cherry in the plane. I can't sleep at all in the 10 hours flight which is really suffering. Tik tok tik tok and we finally reached Auckland International Airport!
We are heading to buy cigarette because it is the requirement to get the free airport pickup service from Ashley house. Too bad JM and I did not see the email correctly that the cigarette has to be bought in Singapore instead of NZ. Thus we need to pay extra $25 per person for the pickup service! Be more meticulous and careful when reading any instruction next time
We straight away go to post office and kiwi bank to settle IRD and open bank account after we reached Ashley around afternoon. Then, we went to buy some groceries at New World. Our house is located at East Temaki which is nearby to Botany Town Centre. It is reachable by walking distance houyeah! The weather is so good and comfy.
And I am so glad to meet Coco and Winnie from China, they are so friendly! Love them max!
From left to right: Winnie, Coco, Mei and Jaz. Do you spot the Red Blue combination? LOL
And we noticed that many friends could not find a job after reaching NZ for weeks. I got an email from Eastpack Opotiki saying that jobs are still available if we are going to Opotiki for interview tomorrow. The HR manager is not free until next week. Also, the working opportunities might be unavailable.
However, Opotiki is around 350 km from Auckland. It is so far away. We checked the bus ticket from Intercity and Naked bus. It has only one bus per day since Opotiki is a ulu small town. Which means if we we have to stay at Opotiki for a night if we take the bus tomorrow. Also, the bus ticket is super expansive (around $90/way) due to the very last minute booking.
Alternatively, we may rent a car. But according to our friends, the car have to be rented a day earlier in order to depart earlier to Opotiki from Auckland. It is already 9pm at night and we could not rent a car anymore. Also, both JM and I has the suckest sense of direction in the universe. We do not know the traffic knowledge in NZ despite we are equipped with Malaysian license translation which allow us to drive in NZ.
We need a job so badly. What should we do? To take a bus or rent a car?
|Let's take many many beautiful pictures together!|