When we arrived that morning in Kaikoura, on the New Zealand South Island, a storm warning was in effect. Kind of a bummer, but I decided to go anyway. Not too many people on the boat: the bad weather kept more people away.
All good things come to an end… Christchurch Airport would be our last stop on this amazing journey in a wonderful country.
Christchurch will be the final stop in this tour around New Zealand. No reason not to explore this city as good as any other places we visited.
We are approaching the end of our fantastic journey in Lake Tekapo, with its turquoise lake and overambitious B&B.
In today’s adventures: koen and vicky stand eye-to-(yellow-)eye with a penguin on the shores of New Zealand.
We traveled 4 weeks in New Zealands. Vicky worked on the itinerary. We visited both the North Island and the South island. On the map above, you can see the itinerary and the blog posts related to this trip. We arrived in Auckland, drove all the way north to Russel, in the bay of Islands. […]
A day where we travel below the 46th parallel.
An interesting, non-typical day.
A rainy day in our New Zealand adventure today. We end it at a very coze lodge in Te Anau.
Today, we leave the deserted glaziers, and arrive in the most touristy town on the journey: Queenstown.
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