Smoking ban in Restaurants and Bars/New Zealand
A travel to see the smoking ban in New Zealand
(L) The town/city site map of New Zealand. (R) A satellite photo of New Zealand.
(L) The start point of this trip at the Christchurch International Airport. The distance of travel reached to 2611 kms.
(M) The car we used was almost new. (R) A key holder with no smoking mark.
The Red Post Cafe & Bar at Culverden, north of Christchurch, NZ.
The sign plate of a smoke free area. In the bottom, it is written Health Funding Authority,New Zealand.
(L) A large no smoking sign plate set beside of open air hotspring rock pool seen at Maruia Springs,
which located in the natural tranquil surroundings of Victoria Conservation Park, Southern Alps, South Island.
(R) 'Smoke-free Area' sign plate on the top plate of a refrigerator of the hotel
English and Maori are the official languages of New Zealand. No smoking sign written in Maori.
Maori is only used in New Zealand and nowhere else in the world. Despite its official status, the language continues
to struggle against being lost. This sign plate was photographed at a cafe/restaurant, Reefton, the junction of Route 7 and 69.
A long-distance trainer is resting under the tree of poplar, Reefton,NZ.
A cafe and cake are delicious in a clean air cafe/restaurant, Reefton, NZ.
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on the on-the-spot investigation.
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by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.