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The stolen bike sting operation.

Background

I recently found a new a job, and I also moved out of the flat I’d been head tenant of, and moved into long term budget accommodation, a your-own-room-but-shared-facilities deal. 1,448 more words

The story of the solo traveling girl

Happy saturday my dearest readers! As you might have noticed I truly get inspired from my daily life and the people I meet along the way – and I write about it. 547 more words

Just My Life

a beacon in the night

Lighthouses have always been an obsession of sorts for me.  Intrigued by their history, architecture and location, they have been the inspiration of many a road trip.   1,327 more words

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Wine and New Zealand Part II

There is never dearth of interesting facts about wine. As I told you about some harmful effects of wine in the last post, this post I will tell you some really unknown interesting facts related to wine. 230 more words

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Boulder Bank, Nelson, South Island

Stretching for as far as the eye can see, Boulder bank is an extreme example of the power of waves along a shore line. Technically named longshore drift, the waves repeatedly scour the shoreline, pushing the boulders along the beach. 34 more words

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Rainbow Falls, Kerikeri, North Island

Kerikeri River meanders though farmland and forest, trickling over exposed bedrock and boulders, home to duck and herons, and never stopping on its journey to the sea…

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