Let me introduce you to my new friends.
The New Zealand dollars.
This is the red $100 bill, the highest value NZ dollar bill. It's rare to come by though because, well, I don't know why. Maybe they don't make as many prints?
So when I get one I feel its my lucky day.
This is the number 2 contender, the $50 bill. So nice and purple I would love to have some more of these on my pocket.
And I think this one is the Queen? I'm not sure I don't know about much history but I think its Queen Elizabeth on the green $20 bill.
The blue one is a $10 bill. Which can buy you half a lunch in New Zealand, where a simple lunch can cost you $20....
And the last of the bills, the tiny $5. Its orange, I should make a poem for it but nothing rhymes with orange they say.
When you line up all the bills they become smaller and smaller as they become worth less.
The coins are
50 cent coin
20 cent coin
10 cent coin
There is a system here just like in Australia where they round up the prices. Even though there are no 5 cent or 1 cent coins they include them in price tags...
for example something worth $10.95 in the price tag will actually be $11
Is this taxes? or is there no technology to eliminate small coins from cash registers...