Franz Josef: The Franz Josef Glacier is no doubt, hands down, one of the most remarkable sights I have ever seen. Part of the Te Wahipounamu National Park, a World Heritage site, the Franz Josef Glacier is 12 kilometres long of pure solid ice. What you see before you is a flowing frozen river of … More Franz Josef, Lake Wanaka, Queenstown and Milford Sound
Nelson: Nelson is titled, ‘the centre of New Zealand’, and reaching the very top of one of its gorgeous hills, which rewards you with the view of its idyllic coastal beaches and its bustling port, you can see why. I am unsure how accurate that is, but what I do know is, it sure is … More Nelson, Westport and Lake Poo
For both North and South Island of New Zealand, I began my first solo trip at the age of 18. After travelling around Australia with my best friend for four months, I felt more than prepared. Apart from arriving in Christchurch airport and nearly getting arrested for bringing walking boots with mud on them, (long … More Christchurch and Kaikura
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