Australian Kiwi Passionfruit Pavlova.............WHAT!!!!  This looks amazing!!!!!!!!!!!

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Australian Kiwi Passionfruit Pavlova.............WHAT!!!! This looks amazing!!!!!!!!!!!

This is a great idea...I'd like to try this!

Koru Connect Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Roseanne Jones

Jandals the kiwi word for flip flops or thongs is a combination made in 1957 from Japanese and sandals. It's a cultural icon in New Zealand. Although the word Jandal is an abbreviation of ‘Japanese Sandal’, it is actually a trademark of the Skellerup company – one of the earliest manufacturers of the modern design – and, as such, is rarely used outside New Zealand.

Jandals the kiwi word for flip flops or thongs is a combination made in 1957 from Japanese and sandals. It's a cultural icon in New Zealand. Although the word Jandal is an abbreviation of ‘Japanese Sandal’, it is actually a trademark of the Skellerup company – one of the earliest manufacturers of the modern design – and, as such, is rarely used outside New Zealand.

Pukekos and gumboots very Kiwiana

Pukekos and gumboots very Kiwiana

Joanne Webber » Art - Contemporary New Zealand Artist and Painter

Joanne Webber » Art - Contemporary New Zealand Artist and Painter

Kiwis Watercolor Painting  original ART 5 x 7 by SharonFosterArt, $15.00

Kiwis Watercolors Paintings original food art, 5 x 7, Home, Kitchen Decor, Kiwi watercolor painting, kitchen wall art, fruit, kiwi painting

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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