Quite a while ago now I was tagged in a travel blogger series by The Little Backpacker (read her interview here) that was doing the rounds called ‘5 Cities I Would Return To’, and obviously, me being me, I started a post for it, and then promptly forgot all about it until just now. So … More 5 Cities I Would Return To
Since returning from my travels I’ve had a serious case of the post-travel blues, especially while I’ve been sat at home not really doing much. So I’ve been consoling myself with little reminders of the trip, and looking back at my photos from around the world has really helped me focus earning some money so … More Photo Essay: Amazing Sights Around The World
So whaddya know? Gapyear.com are running a competition with the greatest prize ever…two weeks in the Cook Islands reporting back stories, photos and videos about the experience. Amazing. So of course I’ve entered, and I’d love for you to check out my entry, a photo essay of all my favourite (secret) spots around New Zealand. … More Get Me To The Cook Islands!
This past year has been just unimaginably incredible, so I thought I’d make a video of all the best, funniest and most epic moments that happened along the way. Thank you to everyone who made this year everything that it was.
After an incredible 5 weeks in our Jucy Condo Campervan, we decided to stick with the same company for our last night in Auckland (and New Zealand) and stay at the Jucy Hotel. We were really looking forward to a nice night, in a private room, with plenty of space and comfy beds. But unfortunately, … More Hotel Review: Jucy Hotel, Auckland, NZ
The last of our New Zealand adventures…
Part two of our trip around New Zealand’s South Island…
We left Queenstown after a brilliant week of adventure and luxury and drove all the way to Dunedin, where we stayed at a lovely Top 10 Holiday park and got back into the rhythm of living in the campervan. Over the next couple of days we explored the city a bit, drove to the end … More Traveling NZ’s South Island (Part 3 – From Dunedin to Christchurch to Auckland)
And the adventure continues…this time on the south island!
We left our campsite in the morning and headed straight to Milford Sound itself, stopping on the way to see ‘The Chasm’, a big waterfall rushing through a massive crack in the rocks. Then we boarded our boat and the cruise was underway. And I have to say the Sound (which is actually not a … More Traveling NZ’s South Island (Part 2 – Milford Sound & Dad’s visit to Queenstown)