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Thanks for writing back. What an interesting life you have had. I worked in what was then called the Waikato Polytech. There was a special Maori librarian and library collection. My supervisor was wonderful, giving me an opportunities to travel to both island attending various meetings, and I also had weekends to just travel. She also arranged for me to visit libraries, including Wellington, which was a great experience, seeing the Parliament, National Library,the newish museum, and visiting a lady from Wellington who I had met through a penpal exchange (those days before Facebook)who took me various places with insights I would never had gotten alone.
Yes, I have Moko. On the first weekend of a job exchange in Hamilton New Zealand I took my first look at the city downtown and bought this book, the first of many New Zealand books before I came home in 6 months. Hamilton is NZ's fifth largest city and there is some disdain in Christchurch and Aukland for its reputation for mud boots and number 6...or is it 5 or 4 wire, a lot of cows and beef...but wonderful bookshops new and used.

Is your interest in the book Tatoos or New Zealand.
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