The earth keeps rumbling: New Zealand is being hit by constant aftershocks. The tourist season has begun. Hundreds of visitors are stranded.
Two years after a devastating earthquake, the town of Visso still looks as if the disaster happened yesterday. Bureaucratic chaos has forced many to move away, and reconstruction has yet to begin. Ylenia Gostoli reports.
New Zealand plans to introduce a tourist tax to expand its infrastructure as visitor numbers grow. Entry visas will become more expensive this November.
As the planet heats up, scientists warn the dramatic seams of ice that have inspired ancient legends, Victorian explorers and modern tourists alike could all but vanish.
New Zealand, a small island nation floating in the southwestern Pacific, somewhere east of Australia is fed up with being left on the cutting floor.
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