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Our Summer Adventure to the South Island with BaBa and NuNu, Part 3

Here is the third and final installment of this fun-filled visit. We pick up where we left off, after our trip to Milford Sound, followed by a day trip to Arrowtown. 2,426 more words

New Zealand

Winter Ramblings...

Well, it’s winter, but surprisingly (or is it due to global warming?) the rains haven’t started yet. Sure it’s wet and foggy and gloomy and dark way too quickly, but at least it isn’t bucketing down with enough rain to flood my backyard yet – and which means I can still get some walking done! 342 more words

Daily Rant

Spectacular Routeburn Track, Fiordland

This trail would have to be the best walk I’ve ever done. I would highly recommend New Zealanders get out and see their gorgeous country! 264 more words

New Zealand

Glenorchy, New Zealand (March 2013)

Glenorchy is a small picturesque town at the top of Lake Wakatipu about 45 minutes from Queenstown.

Ferry Pavilion at Wilkinsons Point designed by Room 11 Architects

Stage 02 at Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park GASP! in Glenorchy, Tasmania, was designed by Australian Architects Room 11. It was their first public architecture project, which received the 2014 Dirk Bolt Award for Urban Design. 8 more words



The village of Glenorchy, just an hour outside Queenstown, was used as a location in the filming of the Lord of The Rings. These trees caught my eye when I was walking by the lake looking for hidden treasure.