Sponsored Video: the world’s most beautiful safety video!

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By Lost At E Minor in Video on Friday 7 February 2014

Trust our friends at Air New Zealand to do something brilliantly creative with the tired idea of the inflight safety video. We’ve seen Betty White and Tolkien themed videos. Well, this one tops them all. Next week, the Kiwi national carrier will be releasing what is already being dubbed the ‘world’s most beautiful safety video’. Yes, that’s right, ‘beautiful’ and ‘safety’ in the same sentence. Who would’ve thought?

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Air New Zealand’s Hobbit commercial sequel

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By Inigo del Castillo in Video on Tuesday 26 November 2013

‘You shall not pass, airplane!’ said the flight traffic guy sporting Gandalf’s hat and staff. Air New Zealand has produced a sequel to their popular video of Hobbits taking a safety briefing. The new video titled Just Another Day in Middle-Earth features airport crew and staff growing beard and giant hairy feet, passengers being served Hobbit food, […]

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Air New Zealand presents: Bali Girl goes shopping

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Friday 23 March 2012

So, in order to get Bali Girl across the Tasman, she had to be lured with the promise of a quick stop over with a spot of retail therapy. With high standards, it would take a lot to impress Bec, but she left the city blown away by what the city had to offer saying the ‘city chic was world-class’. Areas like Britomart, High Street and Vulcan Lane come highly recommended to pick up all the latest fashion items.With high standards, it would take a lot to impress Bec, but she left the city blown away by what the city had to offer, saying the ‘city chic was world-class’. Advertisement

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Air New Zealand presents: Hipster meets Hipster

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Friday 23 March 2012

In our ongoing adventure following Aussie Hipster Patrick Stevenson in New Zealand, he gets a real Wellington makeover. Wellington can provide a jam-packed itinerary, but one must not forget to squeeze in shopping and a visit to top notch local boutiques, such as Crane Brothers and Good as Gold. Advertisement

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Air New Zealand presents: The Hipster in Wellington

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Friday 16 March 2012

With more bars, restaurants, and cafes per capita than New York City, Hipster Patrick was spoiled for choice when dining out on his visit to Wellington. Here is a look at a few of the restaurants that shouldn’t be missed. Advertisement

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Air New Zealand Presents: Coromandel’s hot springs

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Friday 16 March 2012

From Auckland, our Bali Girl, Bec, hired a campervan and set out to see the sights around The Coromandel, which is a two and half hour drive from the airport to the Coromandel Peninsula. With a hectic trip scheduled, it was only right that there were a few relaxing pit stops along the way. What better way to soothe festival (and shopping) weary muscles than a soak in a hot spring. Advertisement

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Air New Zealand Presents: The Hipster bars in Wellington

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Friday 9 March 2012

Wellington is famous for its tiny, tucked-away bars, quirky cafes and galleries, fashion boutiques, award winning restaurants and buzzing nightlife. But what you may not know is that the New Zealand capital is also blessed with more bars, restaurants and cafés per capita than New York City. That’s right, it’s a thriving foodie (and drinkie) metropolis. We can’t show you all the 300 plus inner-city restaurant and bars, but here’s a sneak peak at some of Australian tourist, Patrick Stevenson — aka The Hipster’s — favourites. Advertisement

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Air New Zealand Presents: Bali Girl at Rhythm and Vines

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Friday 9 March 2012

Our Bali Girl got to sample one of New Zealand’s premier music festivals during her trip to New Zealand — the epic Rhythm and Vines. Nestled in amongst the vineyards in Gisborne, this is one of the very first places in the world to see the sunrise. Rhythm and Vines is also the winner of the 2010 Best Festival/Event NZ Tourism Award and is the pinnacle of the best festival week offered anywhere in New Zealand. Advertisement

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Air New Zealand Presents: Bali Girl

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By Lost At E Minor in New Fashion on Wednesday 29 February 2012

Rebecca Louise Boyd-Bais is so wonderfully Sydney. She is a self-confessed princess who lives in the bubble of the lower North Shore and the South Eastern Suburbs. She likes exclamation marks and smiley faces. Advertisement

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Air New Zealand Presents: The Hipster

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Wednesday 29 February 2012

When it comes to being a hipster, Australian Patrick ticks all the boxes. He is a skinny white boy living in the hood (well, Redfern, Sydney). He’s a part-time DJ, full-time social photographer, and the wearer of ironic T-shirts and ironic shorts. He’s the bearer of ironic tattoos and the rider of an ironic bicycle. Advertisement

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The Kiwi Sceptics: can a Aussie hipster be convinced?

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By Lost At E Minor in Cool Travel on Wednesday 22 February 2012

When it comes to being a hipster, Australian Patrick ticks all the boxes. For all his hipster tendencies, Patrick is actually really nice. Which is why our friends at Air New Zealand wanted to change his mind about New Zealand. To do that they took him to the capital of Kiwi hipsterdom.

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