After Queenstown we headed to Dunedin, a place we were keen to check out. I’ve been to Dunedin before, so we decided to do things a little bit differently, and do other things than I’d done here before. We stayed at Hogwartz, a hostel I’d stayed at before and really liked, so I thought itContinue reading “Dunedin alternatively”
A remarkable view on the Remarkables from the comforts of Butterfli Lodge, Queentown. Love it!
On our second day in Queenstown we went to the Queenstown Gardens. Ironically enough, even after having been to Queenstown several times before, I’d never been to the gardens. And I have no idea why, because it’s such a lovely place! The weather had cooled down a bit and it was windy, but still lovelyContinue reading “Queenstown Gardens”
Ah, good ‘ol Queenstown. I still don’t know what to make of this place. I enjoy it, I like it, there is heaps to do, but it’s also very party-ish and touristy. Still worth a visit, I’d say and that’s exactly what mom and I did after driving down from Wanaka. There was a marketContinue reading “Fudge & burgers”
Let’s continue sharing the travels around New Zealand that my mom and I enjoyed! The next destination after Wanaka was Queenstown. It’s just a short drive between these two places so we decided to take the scenic Cardrona Road and make a stop in Arrowtown. Here are some photos from the stretch between Wanaka and Queenstown.Continue reading “Cardrona & Arrowtown”
Amazing perspective with all these layers and depth!
A lovely walk through the Queenstown gardens. And what a great view from that bench!
This is my current computer desktop image. It’s a photo I took during an organised tour on the Matukituki River in Mt. Aspiring N.P, New Zealand. It’s an absolutely stunning area with two core ingredients: mountains and water!