I promised you all one last blog post from our recent trip to the South Island of New Zealand, and here it is. When I last posted, we were travelling down the east coast to make our way back to Christchurch.
Hello again everyone. I have sooo much to share with you about our ongoing adventures around the South Island Of New Zealand. We sure have covered some miles.
One of the things that New Zealand is famous for is it’s adrenaline sports: bungee jumping, skiing, skydiving, white water rafting and jet boating. I would never bungee jump, I think we may have missed the ski season somehow, I’ve been skydiving, and white water rafter just didn’t really appeal. That left jet boating.
With our newly-acquired campervan-ing skills now fully entrenched in our repertoire of “cool skills”, we headed for Milford Sound. It’s almost a five hour drive, and believe me when I say that by hour three, you’re starting to think, “This thing better be worth it!”. It’s worth it.
Hello from the South Island, everyone, where Jarrad and I are currently driving a campervan that I have let him name “Broomhilda”. When I last updated you on our adventure, we’d just been to Hobbiton on the North Island. That evening we caught a plane to Christchurch and picked up a campervan.
Hi everyone! This is just a little mid-week post to share with you all the photo diary from my recent birthday weekend. I headed down to my favourite place, Byron Bay, for some quality time with a few girlfriends.
I remember back to the first time I went overseas at 14. I diligently kept a travel journal with all my ticket butts, brochures and postcards. In a lot of ways I feel like writing about my time in New York on here is exactly the same thing, but it’s making me feel a little…