There is so much to learn. To love. To live for in these slow paced moments of rural life. The Cowshed was not simply a place for us. It was an experience.
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The First Signs of Adaptability- Family Fulltime Travel
I find myself recognising the “secret” superpower that allows humans all over the world to live in the most unconventional ways and places…
Slow Life Family Gap Year- Sailing with Vigilant, Bay of Islands
Today we learned that slow life may just get us to where we want to be, faster than any other route.
Commonage Villas- A Queenstown Must
“…And as night fell, and the city began to sparkle below, it was the nightly confirmation, that the magic of travel need not end when the sun sets.”
NZ Road Trip- Day 6 Queenstown Activities Guide
Thrill seekers, dare devils, adventure enthusiasts and Zen lovers, have you considered Queenstown? Your comprehensive activities guide awaits…
NZ Road Trip- Day 5 Queenstown& Arrowtown
Out of the ordinary inspiration ideas for your Queenstown, NZ trip. Exploring Arrowton, Walter Peak BBQ dinner and the TSS Earnslaw…
Road Trip Guide to Driving New Zealand-Day 4 Blue Pools & Queenstown
Yes, things did not all go to plan, but there is something so grounding and transforming about the South Island’s untameable wilderness, that everything else begins to seem insignificant.
South Island, NZ Road Trip-Day 3 Roys Peak
To find the words for a moment that leaves one speechless is always difficult. Yet, what I can describe is the quiet calm of camaraderie amongst those at the summit.
Road Trip Guide to Driving New Zealand-Day 2 Hooker Valley Track & Lake Wanaka
Whilst increasing in popularity, the growing crowds do not detract from this experience, so beautiful and life affirming is the landscape. Simply put, Hooker Valley Track is a must do.
Road Trip Guide to Driving New Zealand-Day 1 Christchurch to Lake Tekapo
A comprehensive road trip guide on ‘How to drive the South Island of NZ’…
“overlooking the turquoise waters of Lake Tekapo, you will begin to question what the hell took you so long to visit New Zealand. It truly is other worldly.”