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Growing up in New Zealand, when you had a hotdog this is what you ate. With Watties Tomato Sauce YUMMO

Growing up in New Zealand, when you had a hotdog this is what you ate. With Watties Tomato Sauce YUMMO

Old New Zealand Five Dollar Note front & back

Old New Zealand Five Dollar Note front & back

New Zealand Eskimos - childhood delights that have been around for MANY years.  I used to only eat the pink and yellow ones though...I'd quickly pick them all out and leave the green ones for everyone else...then get told off, haha.

New Zealand Eskimos - childhood delights that have been around for MANY years. I used to only eat the pink and yellow ones though...I'd quickly pick them all out and leave the green ones for everyone else...then get told off, haha.

Bill ✔️  Ice Cream Sandwich (Slice). Mmmm. New Zealand favourite. You can also do the chocolate coated one (Eskimo Pie).    Bill Gibson-Patmore.  (curation & caption: @BillGP). Bill✔️

Bill ✔️ Ice Cream Sandwich (Slice). Mmmm. New Zealand favourite. You can also do the chocolate coated one (Eskimo Pie). Bill Gibson-Patmore. (curation & caption: @BillGP). Bill✔️

Aotearoa - Kiwiana Map: Born and raised in between L&P and Waka, but my bones are from 'Godzone' 'Feijoa' and 'Chilly Bin'.  #MaoriPride ✊

Aotearoa - Kiwiana Map: Born and raised in between L&P and Waka, but my bones are from 'Godzone' 'Feijoa' and 'Chilly Bin'. #MaoriPride ✊

Buzzy Bee is a small pull along child's toy. It was produced in massive numbers in the 1950-80's. Made from wood with small springs for the antennae. When pulled along by the string it would click and the wings would rotate. It was a favourite with generations of New Zealand children and many grandparents still buy one for their mokopuna today. Unfortunately the toy is now manufactured overseas and some parts are now plastic.

Buzzy Bee is a small pull along child's toy. It was produced in massive numbers in the 1950-80's. Made from wood with small springs for the antennae. When pulled along by the string it would click and the wings would rotate. It was a favourite with generations of New Zealand children and many grandparents still buy one for their mokopuna today. Unfortunately the toy is now manufactured overseas and some parts are now plastic.

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