Everybody knows New Zealand is remarkable. Well, I think they do, at least. Before my last minute trip (back) across the ditch to Australia, I spent some time perusing and photographing New Zealand’s Northland. It’s incredibly photogenic. These are some [...]
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Just a 30 minute ferry ride from Auckland, Waiheke Island is a city-goer’s paradisaical retreat. Affectionately known as “The Island of Wine,” Waiheke is dotted with award-winning vineyards, sumptuous beaches and rolling green hills. The landscape is pure and vast and, on [...]
After traveling for two years, I have amassed an incredulous number of photos; I get a bit click-happy when I’m exploring new areas and traveling to new places. Some are off center, some a bit out of focus and some, [...]
It happened quickly and was over before I even had a chance to process what had just happened. It didn’t ripple through Wellington, splitting sidewalks and battering buildings, but the earth literally shook underneath me. And I felt it. Ever [...]
Many countries are known for their cities: London, Beijing, New York. New Zealand was put on the map by its stunning scenery and Peter Jackson’s usage of it in his movies. (Side note: I ran into Peter Jackson in a [...]
Ah, the hostel life: living out of a backpack, turning dirty underwear inside out and sharing ten-bed dorms with other smelly backpackers. It’s times like these that amplify the comfort of small luxuries. Expensive internet, broken stove-tops and two-minute noodles [...]
Who knew that a city could actually have scenery? That’s the great bit about New Zealand, though–there’s no escaping it! The summit of Mt. Victoria is host to 360-degree views of Wellington, surrounding suburbs and the Wellington Harbour. Wellington became [...]
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