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Viking greetings
Feb 7th, 2019 at 9:05am
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Hello Ladies and Gents.

Im a Danish guy, who happens to be in love with your beautiful  country. I visited NZ back in 2004, and was breathtaken by the beauty of the nature and the climate. Especially your hospitality, are beautiful.
I promised myself, that i would come back one day, and hopefully more than once, even though, it is on the other side of the Globe 😊

I used to work in personal security, and as military, unfortunetly i am now early retired from the army.
However, im now in a position, where i have the time to travel again, and see your country again.

Im a relatively new hunter, and in general i just like being out in the bush, hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoors.
My Big Dream and goal, is a trip where i pack my rifle, fishing rod, and hike out in the Wild for several days.

I hope you guys will give me good advice, on how to do it, and where to go in New Zealand.

Thank you 😊👍
  
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Re: Viking greetings
Reply #1 - Feb 9th, 2019 at 9:54pm
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i will have danish hunting guests here for 3 months from the beginning of march, im sure we can organise to meet some place, im a mainlander but now living in the north island
  
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