I only recently had a chance to put together this little video slideshow of our hike at the beautiful Bream Head Scenic Reserve and wanted to share it. Enjoy!
I’ve been walking around with an ice pack on my hand all day. But before I explain why, I should start from the beginning of the story. (Where all good stories should begin.) After our stay in Mangapai with Grant & Louisa, we traveled north to Kerikeri Yoga Centre with Louisa to help her in […]
We couldn’t have mail ordered a nicer day for going to the beach and hiking at the Bream Head Scenic Reserve. We walked along the beach with Grant, Louisa, Finn, & Charlie Rose.
The past 2 weeks have been spent in Mangapai (just south of Whangarei in Northland) with Grant and Louisa and their kids.
Camping with friends near idyllic beaches with turquoise water where film crews come to film epic movies. It doesn’t get much better than this! Our second weekend in New Zealand was spent camping at Hahei Beach in the Coromandel. Ashley and Justin found a Holiday Park where we were able to pitch our handy little […]
Day passes for the train – NZ$22 Lunch at Revive (with coupons!) – NZ$14 A walk through Auckland Art Gallery – Free A full day in the city of Auckland with my Valentine – Priceless!
The sun meandered behind and before the clouds as it set into the water. We were chilly one moment, then basking in the warm glow of the sun the next. The dark sand was silky under our feet as we walked toward the water. Blankets spread, out came our books, Bibles, journals, and snacks.
Well, we’re here! Already it feels like we’ve been gone much longer than 2 1/2 weeks. Time truly does move slower here. Or maybe it just seems to move slower when you don’t have anywhere in particular that you have to be.
It’s official. We are now homeless supertrampers ready to travel the world with no strings attached! Sort of 😉 We did move out of our apartment last week though. It was very bittersweet to leave our home of the last 2 1/2 years.
“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort.” J.R.R. Tolkien couldn’t […]