New Zealand Wrestler, Ali Pazani

With a name like Ms. Indiana and a session service that may emanates from New Zealand, you know that this girl is a world traveler.

Just taking one look at her and seeing how beautiful she is can make you willing to travel the world to meet her.

At 150 juicy sexy pounds, the excitement grows. article, wb270 photo credit

Okay, so let’s meet her.

At her WB270 she smiles, “Well let me tell you, I’m a Sexy, Fit, Strong, Blonde semi-competitive Wrestling Diva from New Zealand.

You’ll love My Place too. I have a beautiful, discreet, private space in a lovely big house with gorgeous ocean views and lots of fresh air! There are also shower and bathroom facilities, and refreshments provided as well! You may not want to leave!!!”

Here is what one happy customer among many had to say about her. article, wb270 photo credit

“Ms. Indiana is one of only a very few women offering wrestling sessions in New Zealand to a semi competitive level.  She is friendly and welcoming from the moment you enter, takes the time to chat about a session beforehand and lets herself get right into the wrestling and have some fun.  She is in very good shape with a body she keeps well-toned in the gym.  Her legs are strong and she REALLY likes using them.”

So if you decide to visit her, you of course should enjoy New Zealand as well.

What Makes New Zealand Scenery So Stunning?


By Norman A Sutton

What is it about New Zealand that causes overseas tourists to rave, when they visit our country? What makes New Zealand such a great travel destination? What separates New Zealand from other travel destinations? Four words, they say; “New Zealand’s gorgeous scenery.”

Peter Jackson’s movies, `The Lord of the Rings’ and `The Hobbit’, were each filmed in New Zealand, and they have given the world a glimpse of New Zealand’s stunning scenery.

So what is it about New Zealand’s scenery that makes it so stunning?

  1. New Zealand scenery is unspoilt
    New Zealand’s raw, natural unspoilt beauty is hard to beat. Whether it’s the grandeur of the snow-covered Southern Alps on a crisp winter’s day, or the changing hues of the Central Otago rolling tussock-lands, or Auckland’s stunning Hauraki Gulf on a picture perfect summer’s day, or the perfectly-manicured countryside of the Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand’s scenery is straight out of New Zealand’s `100 % Pure’ brochures. That’s one of the advantages of being so far away from the heavily-populated regions of the World… there’s not too many of us living here to pollute this beautiful country!
  1. New Zealand scenery is so diverse
    You can say what you like about New Zealand’s scenery, but boring it is not. Whether it is New Zealand’s unique native bush, its snow-capped mountains and glaciers, its thermal areas such as Rotorua with its fascinating mud pools and geysers, the pretty sheltered bays of the East Coast in stark contrast to the rugged wave-crashing West Coast beaches, its quilt-like Canterbury Plains, or the rolling green farmland of Southland – New Zealand’s scenery is just so diverse. So this means that as you drive or tour through New Zealand, the landscape is ever-changing, and because the travel distances between one area of the country to the next are so short, you will not have to travel very far before the New Zealand landscape undergoes another complete change.
  1. New Zealand scenery is so accessible
    Because driving distances are so short (about 2,500 kms from one end of the country to the other, and no more than 500 kms across), New Zealand’s scenic attractions are literally on your doorstep. For example, if you are staying in Christchurch, and drive inland, you can be on the Mount Hutt ski-field in about one hour. If you want to get `up close and personal’ with New Zealand’s stunning scenery, (and get some serious exercise at the same time),then you can take on one of New Zealand’s world-famous South Island walks, such as the Heaphy, Abel Tasman, Milford, Routeburn, Kepler, Catlins or the Hump tracks. These unforgettable 3 – 5 day walks will take you through some of New Zealand’s most beautiful scenery.

So if you are considering a summer holiday to escape the Northern Hemisphere `winter blues’, why don’t you pay us a visit `Down Under’ to New Zealand? We Kiwis are very proud of our country, and so we would love to share some of New Zealand’s stunning scenery with you.

If you would like to find out how to experience some of New Zealand’s stunning scenery, go to []

My name is Norman Sutton and I am a fourth-generation Kiwi who lives in Auckland, New Zealand. My wife and I are passionate about our country, and we enjoy helping people from all around the globe get to experience the beauty and uniqueness that is New Zealand, whether as a tourist or as a new immigrant. If you would like us to help you discover New Zealand, go to []

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