Re: Cashless at NZ High Com
Hey Holyweed, or Hollywood.
You have to decide whether you are a kiwi, a Samoan or a confused citizen of the world.
You say that you're a proud kiwi but then go on to talk about the issues from a Samoan viewpoint, and then sign off your letter from Australia.
We, at the makeki, are mightily impressed by your various locations and allegiances.
Two ways that you can tip which doesn't involve the use of EFTPOS.
One is giving say $50 for a service, which costs $45 and then telling the service provider to keep the change for his/her lunch.
Two is to use the EFTPOS to pay for the service and then hand over $5 as the tip. Even my friends from the remote villages of Samoa who work at the makeki, know this.
Perhaps you have been gone too long from Samoa man.