If you decide you want to discontinue the service, you can cancel your subscription at any time.No matter what your shipping needs, Walmart's got you covered.PUBLIC TRANSPORT IS RUBBISH Few foreigners can understand how Auckland, a major international city with over one million people, can have such convoluted public transportation options.
Of course, this notion that New Zealand is sub-par isn't something any foreigner living here understands.
Ask them, and the majority will say with absolute certainty, "New Zealand IS the best country in the world".
As they settle into New Zealand life, it surprises them that it's impossible to live without a car unless you live in either Auckland or Wellington CBD, and although train travel does exist around the country, it's expensive, infrequent, and terribly slow for the comparatively short distances travelled.
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IT'S HARD TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH KIWISDespite Kiwis being friendly to strangers, foreigners find it hard to convert interactions with New Zealanders into actual meaningful friendships.
Kiwis can come across as clique-y and disinterested in making new friends, and expats often find themselves befriending other expats instead.
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Most surprising to foreigner is the average Kiwi's perception of Asian people, which can go from dismissive and stereotyped at best, to downright racist at worst.7.