After the stunning but seriously intense hike up to Franz Josef, we were once again back on the bus. This time, headed for Wanaka, and though I didn’t know it yet, we were about to view one of the most beautiful places on this earth. Continue reading “A Well-Spent Week In Wanaka”
It would appear that I find it much easier to crack out these wishlists than to post my travel writing… anyway, this one is dedicated to fancy footwear. I hope you enjoy, but if you don’t feel free to head on over to my latest travel post which is an entirely different, less glamorous tone – I’m a multi-faceted woman you know ;).
Though I predominantly post about travel, many of you may not know that I actually work in the fashion industry. As I am constantly exposed to the world of luxury goods, I have built up quite the wishlist. Continue reading “Wants Of The Week: March 26th”
If I had a pound for every adrenaline-crazed traveller who told me that they were saving their sky dive for Franz Josef…well, you get the point. It’s kind of a big deal. Honestly I don’t mean to sound sarcastic, Glacier’s are astonishing. Particularly if you have never seen one before! And whilst glaciers around the world are retreating thanks to global warming, a glimpse at Franz Josef Glacier is only a
short hike away. Continue reading “Hiking to Franz Josef Glacier”
Finally, the South Island! We bid farewell to the rest of our travel group as soon as we were off the ferry, and made our way separately to a place called Blenheim. This was slightly easier said than done, as the lack of public transportation in Picton on a Sunday is truly astounding. But we made it nonetheless. Continue reading “Wine Tasting In Blenheim”
If you are a New Zealand novice, you may have heard people differentiating between the North and South Island’s of New Zealand. In truth, both islands are very different, with many people describing the South as the most picturesque of the two. What you may or may not have a given thought, is how to actually get between the islands. Continue reading “Journey Between the North and South Islands of New Zealand”
Okay, let’s get real. It’s almost impossible to open up your instagram feed and not see a sponsored post of some sort. Be it a pretty little creative flatlay, or a signature hipster coffee shop – you can bet your bottom dollar that a brand or two will be tagged. One of the brands I see most often is Daniel Wellington, so I wanted to offer my two cents.
I’ll be honest, I have no clue why Wellington is so windy, but the nickname does not lie. We stayed in New Zealand’s Capital for two nights, each one very different.
I think it’s safe to say that I have mixed emotions about River Valley. Whilst it is a particularly beautiful part of the world, I just can’t shake the feeling that the place has a few dark secrets. Perhaps I’m a cynic, or perhaps I have been watching too many thriller’s lately, but still… Let me try to explain. Continue reading “River valley: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”