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Live and breathe it. Marae style

I’ve seen quite a few blogs lately. All of them written by young travellers. Young students, sharing their experiences of Aotearoa (New Zealand. My home sweet home). 2,409 more words


Me, Myself, and I

Day 3 and Post #2, I’m on a roll if I do say so myself! I fully intended to post this yesterday but it was extremely hectic, as life often is.So, today I thought I’d give you a more in-depth introduction to me. 432 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale

In Auckland, New Zealand, the Sky Tower has become an iconic landmark in the city’s skyline due to its height and unique design. When measured from the ground to the top of the mast, it is 328 meters (or 1,076 feet) tall, making it the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere. 36 more words


Auckland - New Zealand

As you read in previous posts (you did read other New Zealand posts right?), we didn’t spend a lot of time in Auckland. It’s a little sleepy in downtown Auckland on a weekend. 295 more words

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Why professional photography in real estate isn’t a ‘nice-to-have’ but a necessity

Good morning/afternoon everybody! We are excited to be taking new photos today! Great weather, awesome photographer and beautiful finished images!

Anyway, take a look at this video: “Why professional photography in real estate isn’t a ‘nice-to-have’ but a NECESSITY.”  20 more words

Last Stop: Auckland

I usually plan my trips perfectly. I usually check the yearly weather patterns in a certain country before booking my flights. Actually when I arrived in New Zealand the weather was perfect. 1,293 more words


Climbing My Family Tree, Part 19

Immigrants Samuel Bagnall, Elizabeth Whitehouse, James Cantelo, Mary Salmon, Elizabeth Ann Dix Cantelo

Samuel Bagnall and Elizabeth Whitehouse (my five times great-grandparents) were born in Derbyshire, England.  1,004 more words