1. Rt. Hon. Jonathan Hunt (Minister of Wine & Cheese)2. Remarkables, Central Otago3. Chateau Tongariro4. Trafalgur Square, Nelson5. Paihia, Bay of Islands
1.Jonathon Hunt, X Labiour Minister for taxi chits??2. A line of power poles with some of our beautiful mountains behind3. Chateau Tongariro4. A clock tower in one of our beautiful cities5. Somewhere round Banks Peninsular???
No4. My wife tells me its Trafalgar Square in Nelson
5. Opua? Looks very Bay of Islandsish to me.
My ex MP, locally known as Hunt the **** or, the Minister for Cheese and Wine in later yearsRemarkablesChateau TongariroCentre of NelsonLyttleton - Naval Point
some leech used to sucking on the state tit and more...the Chateaux at the bases of WhakapapaNelson Cathedral Stepsa nice marina, where you don;t want to be with 1
I agree Lyttleton, that looks like Quail Island
1. Jonathan Hunt2. Hikurangi from Ruatoria3. Chateau Tongariro4. Nelson Cathedral from the top of Trafalgar Street.5. Naval Point, LytteltonBodger
I can't offer an opinion lest I be accused of insider trading but I can say nobody thus far is remotely close on No 2.It has a distinctive shape and a distinctive history.BTW what an excellent feature this 'Know Your Country' series is. A great initiative GD!!!!
no. 2 looks like the Seaward Kaikoura Range at Clarence
John it also looks a lot like the mountains behind Nadi airport but unfortunately it is neither.
1. Jonathon Hunt former minister of wine,cheese and taxis.2. Definitely not the Remarkables, the road goes parallel to them most of the way.Maybe Mt Hutt?3. Chateau Tongariro - have been there just once and it was summer time.4. Hastings has a clock tower but it's not that. I think the others are right but honesty compels me to say I probably wouldn't have got it.5. Lyttelton.I second Adolf, this is a graet initiative, even though it shows I don't know my country as well as I should.
no2 my initial reaction was Ruapehu, but no snow
No 4 = Church/Cathedral Steps, Nelson.
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