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Kilchurn Castle

If not for Sharon’s keen eye we might have missed this great spot altogether. I had pencilled in a stop at the ruins of Kilchurn Castle, but on the route north you’ll reach the best photo spot long before you get access to the castle. 218 more words


Top spots in NZ South Island, for your Instagram worthy photos!

Don’t say I neh say…these are the top spots for some Instagram-able photos, in New Zealand South Island!

Roy’s Peak @ Wanaka

Boasting great food trucks, cafes and awesome hiking treks, it’s a no brainer why Wanaka is dubbed the next Queenstown. 355 more words

New Zealand

Mustering Courage at Lake Rere

Zebras, when pursued by hungry carnivores, must only outrun one of their mates to remain alive.  Thus I was recently disappointed to find that it was I, that had been outrun, whilst in the cross hairs of an angry beast with a beef to grind.   807 more words


The Secret

Our mind is still a nomad. Its ability to wander off at the slightest possible excuse is unparalleled. Just the other day, while registering for a website, the webpage prompted me to “please select a Secret question”. 1,084 more words


Ravages of Time

After hearing about this New Zealand epic by word of mouth, in a quest for a sick multi-pitch climb, in previous weeks and hearing it repeated several times I headed to the local library one fateful Friday to find a guidebook to find the route description. 1,394 more words

Travel Logs

Glenorchy and Ziplining in Queenstown

Friday was our last full day in Queenstown. There’s still a few things I would like to have done (such as take a trip to Stewart Island to look for kiwi) but there are only so many hours in the day. 768 more words