We went to Whangarei falls today. I was quite surprised how big it is. I especially liked the walkway around it. Your turtle. Advertisements
Departures…they can be sad and joyful at the same time. It describes the time when you say good bye to your loved ones, your home or friends, maybe only for a certain period of time which would surely ease the pain or maybe forever what can lead to an awful experience. On the other hand … More A to Z: D for Departures
Coromandel is a part of New Zealand located on the north island approximately 1 hour south of Auckland. It’s a very beautiful place which should definitely be on your bucket list if you get to go to New Zealand. The main attraction would be Cathedral Cove, which would have definitely deserved the post for letter … More A to Z: C for Coromandel
A little break from all the landscape pictures. So here comes little ballerina Chihuahua. Picture is from my cousin’s wedding in 2014. Your turtle.
For a change I’ll feature one of my favorite hobbies today and that is basketball. I love playing and I’ve been doing so for over 15 years now 🙂 your turtle.
Rainbow Falls in Kerikeri thru the woods. Your turtle.
Road tripping the north island. Driving through Opononi. Your turtle.
Backpacking is my favorite way of travel. It is not for everyone, but those who enjoy it, can have a very liberating experience. It gives you a great feeling of freedom to carry everything you own or need on your back and there are no limitations on where you go, what you do, who with, … More A to Z: B for Backpacking
Auckland is New Zealand’s biggest city however it is not its capital. It is located on the northern island and a real melting pot. There’s a huge cultural diversity to be found and a lot of attractions and stunning places to see. Personally I’ve spent a lot of time in Auckland. Living there was quite … More A to Z: A for Auckland
It was a special day today so we set out to see a new place and ended up at Rainbow Falls in Kerikeri. I didn’t really know anything about it before we got there and I was quite surprised how big it is. What a beauty, and just around the corner 🙂 your turtle.