I was in Queenstown, New Zealand when I got into a fight with the bouncer. I swear to you—he started it! Either way, the specific events of that evening are irrecoverable due to the head trauma and the coma I [...]
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Everybody loves a bit of wine. Pick your poison–a full bodied Pinot, a smooth Savvie with a kick or maybe a light and fruity Rosé. Whatever you’re after, Amisfield does it well. Central Otago is most well known for their [...]
Stepping onto the ledge, looking down beyond my naked body, a yellow raft eagerly awaited my descent. 43 meters below, the Kawarau River glared back at me, seemingly taunting my nerves. I wore only a pair of socks and my [...]
Te Tapu-nui (aka Queenstown Hill), Maori for “mountain of intense sacredness” lies on the edge of Queenstown and its summit will furnish your day with spectacular views of Queenstown beset by The Remarkables on the far side of Lake Wakatipu.
Snow has finally hit Queenstown and The Remarkables have been dusted with two meters of gold. This is the time of year that everybody here waits for–a time when all inhibitions go out the window, a time when both backpackers [...]
Crossing over the bridge and looking down at what they call a canyon, but what I would refer to as a crevice, I realized I was in for some scary business. It was beautiful; the water a bright turquoise, the [...]
Let me start this off by saying, I love Fergburger. I love the variety, the size and the taste! Oh, the taste! And the crowds–just last night someone ate the Big Al and a large chips (the Big Al “delivers [...]
Flying into Queenstown was an extraordinary event, the retractable landing gear seemingly grazing the tips of every mountain we flew over. And let me just say, there are a lot of them. Some flaunted their greenery, others simply connoted the [...]
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