Category Archive: Travel

Live More Awesome

So to catch me up for the past week I’m going to detail our adventures in reverse order. Just for fun. On Sunday, Andrew, Nathan and I ventured to a family farm in… Continue reading

Russell

So my brother’s name is Russell and there is a town in the Bay of Islands called Russell.  And, in the  Lonely Planet guide book, in reference to Russell it is written: “Once known… Continue reading

Bay of Islands Road Trip

Who’s up for a road trip? I had the weekend off so Andrew and I decided to plan a trip to the Bay of Islands. The Bay of Islands is an area about… Continue reading

Planning a weekend trip

As someone who loves to travel, I also love to plan trips. Yup, that’s me checking airfare in my free time. I have next weekend off and since I’ve got a bit of… Continue reading

A Pukeko in a Ponga Tree

Learn about NZ through a Maori Christmas Song: On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me, a pukeko in a ponga tree! (The pukeko is a native bird, also… Continue reading

End of the World Advice

Warning: Unsolicited Advice ahead The world didn’t end yesterday but all the excitement over the “End of the World” really makes you think. IF the world would end tomorrow, or the day after… Continue reading

West Coast

So as anyone knows who has traveled with me, I have a huge love affair with my travel guides. I love to read about the places we could go and get a local… Continue reading

Coromandel Forest Park, or a long drive

Getting back to this obsession I have with travel guides, I was searching for some activities near Cathedral Cove for a day trip on Sunday. Not far from the beach I read about… Continue reading

Laser tag bumper cars

After dipping my toes in the water at Rangitoto last weekend I’ve been itching to get to the beach. I researched the best beaches in Auckland and Andrew invited some friends to join… Continue reading

Rangitoto

Rangitoto is a volcanic island just 25 minutes by boat from Auckland City. It is also the youngest and largest volcano in the Auckland Region. If you read about our Coast to Coast… Continue reading