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2023-06-10 05:47:27
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2023-06-09 04:20:50 Rebecca: Hey, Todd, I'm going and looking for a gym. Actually, I hear you've joined a gym. Which one?

Todd: Yeah, actually, there's a real nice gym down town. It just opened about a month ago. Maybe two months ago. It's really nice.

Rebecca: OK, what's the name of it?

Todd: The name is Fitness Club.

Rebecca: Good name.

Todd: Yeah, so, and it's pretty much has everything. I mean it has, you know, free weights, of course and it has all the latest machines.

Rebecca: Ah, good.

Todd: Actually some of the machines are kind of tricky, I really don't know how they work yet. I'll have to ask the staff.

Rebecca: So it's more than a treadmill? It's a whole big machine that you don't know how what to do?

Todd: Exactly. I'm actually afraid to get on the thing. I don't want to break it, you know.

Rebecca: Is there people that can help you?

Todd: Yeah, actually, that's part of the problem is that you can't use any of the equipment unless you get trained for it. They're really specific, so you have to have guidance. It's kind of annoying actually because, you know, everything... they have a system and they know based on, you know, your membership what machines you can use and what you can't.

Rebecca: OK. But what happens if, like I've been to a gym before do I still need to get the training before I start?

Todd: Yeah. That's how I was. I told them that I, you know, had been lifting weights for awhile and they didn't care, so you have to get certified to use all the equipment. It's kind of inconvenient.

Rebecca: OK, so, do they have classes though?

Todd: They do. Actually, they pretty much have everything. They have yoga, kick boxing, spin classes, dancing, so the schedule looks pretty diverse.

Rebecca: Oh, that's good. I do prefer classes than the weights.

Todd: Only one thing that's bad about the classes though is that cause it's new, and it's a new gym and there's lots of people and it looks like it's pretty crowded in there, I think you have to reserve what classes you're going to join.

Rebecca: Oh, really.

Todd: Yeah, isn't that terrible.

Rebecca: Oh, geez, I usually just like to walk in.

Todd: Right, right, right.

Rebecca: Yeah, when you feel like going to the gym, you go.

Todd: Right, right. One thing that is nice though is they have an actual gym floor, like a basketball gym, so you can play basketball. They have volleyball tournaments, so I mean, if you like more traditional sport, like tennis, they also have tennis courts. You can do that as well.

Rebecca: Oh, that's good. I do like tennis. I love tennis actually.

Todd: Well, actually, if you're interested I'd be glad to take you down to the gym and show you. I think you get a free trial workout.

Rebecca: OH, that's good. That's good. So how much would it cost per month?

Todd: Well, cause it's new it's kind of expensive. It costs about fifty dollars a month.

Rebecca: Oh, wow!

Todd: Yeah, but if you buy a membership, a two-year membership, you can get a two year membership, I think for eight hundred dollars, so it saves you some money so it's kind of reasonable.

Rebecca: And I suppose if you pay for two, you know you have to go then.

Todd: Right. Right. It's eight hundred dollars for two years, five hundred dollars for one year, or fifty dollars a month.

Rebecca: OK, yeah.

Todd: Oh, one thing that's really cool too is that they have a social center. They have like an area where you can get like fruit drinks and coffee and stuff like that and just hang out. It's quite nice.

Rebecca: That's good. So after the workout, go and have coffee.

Todd: Right. Right.

Rebecca: Lovely. OK. So, yeah, I would love to come and have a look at it.

Todd: OK, well next week, anytime, just give me a call. I'll take you there.

Rebecca: Alright. Great. Thanks.

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2023-06-09 04:20:50
New Gym
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2023-06-08 05:20:42
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2023-06-07 06:13:35 Todd: Now you were saying you worked in radio at a young age but then you went back to it much later in life. Can you talk about that?

Shifani: I did. When I was twenty one years old I got headhunted to do a show. This show was basically a freelance show that had to be done in three different languages at the same time so the range of audience was quite broad. The show was basically anything I wanted, anything I wanted to talk about. So quite often I talked about music, current events, anything political, anything non political, anything that came to my mind I would talk about.

Todd: So what were the three languages of the show?

Shifani: Hindi, Punjabi and obviously English.

Todd: OK and what was the city, where was this at?

Shifani: This was in Auckland.

Todd: OK. So this was one of these blended radio shows where you slip from one language to another?

Shifani: It was. The show was catering for everybody basically so the criteria was speak in a way that makes people understand even if they don't speak the language. So the trick was to say one third in English, the rest in Hindi and Punjabi where I could and somehow it just made sense.

Todd: How did you go about doing that? Did you plan it or does it just kind of roll off your tongue?

Shifani: For me I think it's quite natural because my parents speak in Hindi and Punjabi and so for me English is quite natural and so are the other two languages, blending them together was never a problem.

Todd: Now when you hear languages being switched back and forth like that, are you conscious of it or sometimes you are not even conscious that you're speaking one language or the other?

Shifani: I don't think I'm conscious of it at all. It just happens, it's a slip of tongue. All three languages I'm quite fluent in so for me to switch from one to the other is just a natural course of a day.

Todd: So since you have experience in the music industry, what do you think makes a good DJ?

Shifani: A good DJ is one that's neutral when they need to be and one who can switch sides very quickly and make things controversial from being neutral. What I mean by that is if you have an interesting topic and a caller calls you up and is very positive about it, a good DJ would be able to flip it over very quickly and say something that would make it controversial.

Todd: Now do you think there's a certain balance, like how much you should talk and how much music should be played?

Shifani: There is absolutely a balance. Quite often people listen to radio for music so you need to make sure that your music ratio is more than how much you talk but the amount you talk has to be interesting but quite limited.

Todd: All right, thanks a lot.

Shifani: You're welcome.

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2023-06-07 06:13:35
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2023-05-11 04:06:08 Todd: So, Monica, you are from New Zealand.

Monica: Yes, that's right.

Todd: So, for people going to New Zealand, what would you recommend? What are three or four places that you must see in New Zealand?

Monica: Oh, OK, three or four places you must see. Well, it depends what you're looking for really. I think a lot of people that come to New Zealand enjoy an outdoor lifestyle, so there's lots of outdoor activities and places you can go to to enjoy in New Zealand. Personally, I find the South Island of New Zealand very scenic in comparison to the North Island, so for me, a must-do is the West Coast of the South Island. It's very pretty.

Todd: The West Coast.

Monica: Yeah. In particular, there's two glaciers. Franz Joseph and Fox Glaciers, which are very stunning to look at, and you can either have a look at them by foot, or you can pay for a helicopter ride that takes you up and shows you an ariel view of them.

Todd: Now, do people ever walk across the glaciers?

Monica: There are guides that can walk you across. Yeah, I haven't done it personally, but it is possible.

Todd: So what else would you recommend for New Zealand? What other places should people see?

Monica: I think if you want to see ... let me think ... rural New Zealand. It's quite a nice idea to drive the length of the country and then you can see the interesting farming that is taking place, in particular in the South Island. The lower part of the South Island, and a lot of the North Island as well. There's a lot of sheep in New Zealand and there's a lot of cattle as well, so I think it's interesting to go for a drive to see that firsthand.

Todd: So, you just start up in Auckland in the north and drive all the way down south?

Monica: Yeah, well, there's many ways you can do it, but I recommend one way of doing it is too arrive in Auckland and to have an experience of a big city, well a big city for New Zealand, and then drive down the center of the North Island and maybe have a farming experience somewhere. There's a lot of farm stay opportunities available for tourists who come to New Zealand, so depending on how you do it. You might want to stay two or three days with a family and experience a farming lifestyle. So that's, yeah, one thing I'd recommend. And another is to maybe go to a city like Rotorua which is really in the center of the North Island, and experience Maori culture. There's a Maori village there near the Whakarewarewa forest which hosts a lot of tourists, and you get to experience Maori waiata which is Maori songs and you get to see the hot springs in New Zealand and thermal mud pools, so, yeah, Rotorua is a nice city to go and visit, and then work your way down to the capital of New Zealand which is Wellington, and I think if you want to experience the cafe lifestyle of New Zealand that's a good place to go.

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