Wednesday 22 September 2021

New Zealand Minister Talks About Her Costa Rica Holiday, Complete With Creepy Crawlies

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Photo from Nikki Kay's Facebook page
Photo from Nikki Kaye’s Facebook page

 

QCOSTARICA  – The member of the New Zealand Parliament for the Auckland Central electorate, Nikki Kaye, spent her Christmas and New Year road-tripping around Costa Rica with a friend.

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The Auckland Cental minister spoke to the online New Zealand news website about her downtine in Costa Rica.

The Stuff.co.nz writes, “While some of us suffer back-to-work blues, the holiday continues for some – but not all – MPs”.

Where have your summer holidays taken you so far?

I’ve been to Costa Rica and to Ponsonby. Costa Rica was amazing, pretty lush in terms of the rainforests – I was doing a roadtrip with one of my mates.

What did you do for Christmas?

I was trekking through rainforests in Costa Rica – it was really nice, really relaxed. I celebrated Christmas with my family a couple of weeks early: with our family we just have a day where we get together and that’s what we do, it doesn’t really matter whether it’s on Christmas Day.

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Nikki Kaye back at her Auckland central electorate office. Photo Facebook
Nikki Kaye back at her Auckland central electorate office. Photo Facebook

How did you see in the New Year?

I was with about 5,000 people on Jaco Beach with fireworks and bonfires – it was actually pretty hairy because there were lots of people letting off fireworks in different directions, but it was quite a sight.

Worst fail of the holiday?

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I thought I was going on a tour [in Costa Rica] to see some cuddly monkeys and bright birds – instead, I saw tarantulas, giant ants and poisonous snakes, and I’m pretty scared of spiders. Also, my little cat, Lily, has hurt her leg so I’ve been trying to manage a three-legged cat, which is pretty hard because she just loves jumping everywhere.

 

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