Today, our New Zealand adventures bring us in the Abel Tasman National Park. We travel by kayak to unseen beauty.
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The day today started early. One can not leave Kaikoura without trying to see a whale up close. That is, unless the day is stormy and one is suffering from seasickness.
Today, our New Zealand travel gets us on a quest to Wildlife. We drive to Kaikoura, were the whale-hunters have changed their living to whale-watchers.
This weekend we went to Wellington, and switched between the two islands in New Zealand. We know why it’s called a windy place here now…
The day we meet our next New Zealand Mountain: mount Taranaki, or if you prefer: mount Egmont.
After we conquered Mordor yesterday, we had a more relaxed day today, that ended with shining light, and Vicky not feeling too well
On January 12th, we had a great day of fun walking, climbing and descending the Tongariro Crossing. The scenes on Mordor, in Lord of The Rings, are filmed here.
A new day down under, where we must sign contracts to take pictures, where we get in touch with the local law and where the day ends in a chateau in a national park far-far-away.
A new adventurous day for Koen and Vicky in New Zealand. Today, the theme is luxurious living :-) Rotorua is the place where that happens.
The continued adventures of Koen and Vicky in New Zealand. Today featuring a dynamited dolphin, an extremely large tree and probably the worst hotel in this country!
Koen Blanquart is a startup veteran whose mission is to help companies tap into the soul of corporate social responsibility. Through artistic projects around the world, such as photo and video documentaries, he helps companies highlight their CSR efforts and proactively show how their actions support their values. Whether he’s photographing grizzly bears in remote Alaska, riding on the trans-Siberian railway, or crewing a small sailboat in Antarctica, he brings an eco-sensibility to his work, lives rough and captures pristine footage for clients’ projects. If you like to stay updated, there is the newsletter and facebook page. We operate independently, in the creation of this blog, our documentaries and books, and in our eco-ventures. Small donations, even a $1, can make the difference! Click here to see how you can make the difference.