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Tongariro Alpine Crossing – New Zealand’s Most Epic One-Day Hike

Tongariro Alpine Crossing – New Zealand’s Most Epic One-Day Hike

April 17, 2017

 The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is no doubt one of New Zealand’s most spectacular treks. I feel like you can’t really claim you’ve explored the country’s North Island if you haven’t done this challenging, yet totally thrilling day walk. In fact, around 10,000 hikers complete this hike yearly. This 19.4km trek takes between 6 to 8 … Read More

I Worked On A Farm In New Zealand To Push My Boundaries

I Worked On A Farm In New Zealand To Push My Boundaries

March 29, 2017

 I wrote this back in February right after I left the farm. Instead of writing separate e-mails to friends and family who are asking about my experience so far in New Zealand, I thought I’d share it here. I am a reserved type of person so writing this and posting it for anyone to read … Read More

Five Big Highlights You Must Not Miss In New Zealand’s Northland

Five Big Highlights You Must Not Miss In New Zealand’s Northland

March 12, 2017

 To be honest, when I first arrived in New Zealand a few months ago (yes, it’s been a few months!), I almost wrote off the northern tip of this beautiful country. I thought I’d focus my sights on mountain ranges of the South Island. Luckily, I had a few extra days before I headed to … Read More

A Taste of New Zealand’s Subtropical Paradise, The Bay of Islands – A Photo Diary

A Taste of New Zealand’s Subtropical Paradise, The Bay of Islands – A Photo Diary

February 24, 2017

 Imagine turquoise waters, golden beaches, 144 stunning islands, dolphins, whales and a year-round warm weather. Those are just some of the things that make the Bay of Islands the country’s premier subtropical paradise. Besides the stunning natural sceneries, the Bay of Islands is also an important historical site. The town of Russell was the first … Read More

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