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Abel Tasman Coastal Track

No shirt, no shoes, no problem is the mantra for most New Zealand shops, restaurants, and supermarkets. It is also the most fitting motto for trampers on the Abel Tasman track. 1,150 more words


Sunburnt, Barefoot, and Cradling a Six-pack

Only in New Zealand do I ever end up fitting the description in this title. Yes, this is how we found ourselves at the end of my latest travel excursion: a stumbling tomato-red UV-destroyed lump just hoping to clutch together the disintegrating cardboard holding a 6 pack of Coronas for one more block back to the hostel. 1,017 more words

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Wine and Wool

After the excitement of the jumps by the girls, we made our way back to the house via four quick stops. Our first stop was at a pottery co-op which allowed us to see a beautifully renovated church (just down the street) with white-washed ceiling, beams and trim – the structure very similar to the house we live in but without the dark wood finish. 407 more words


Abel Tasman, New Zealand - A MUST SEE AND DO

On Friday the 17th of February, myself and thirteen of my work mates started a three day walk on the Abel Tasman Track which is at the top of the South Island of New Zealand. 535 more words


"We fell in love, right by the ocean, made all our plans, down in the sand.

The water had an extra sparkle, the mountains had extra height, the forests were just more lush. We were welcomed to the South Island with such breathtaking scenery but sadly not the friendliest welcome in terms of freedom camping. 1,781 more words

New Zealand National Parks: Abel Tasman, Arthur's Pass, Mt Cook 

Monday Februry 20th | Blenheim 🍇🍏 – Marahau 🚣🏻 – Moana ⛺️ | 526 Km

No matter how long Google maps tells you it will take to reach your destination, when in New Zealand you should add at least an extra half hour. 950 more words


Private Beach for Sunset

We took the ferry from Wellington to Picton to start our travel on the south island :) it did rain that day in Wellington and I got the feeling I am always leaving the places when the bad weather starts to set in ;) 249 more words

Abel Tasman