The Fraser Island The Fraser Island is a world heritage site, the largest sand island in the world and stretches over 120km. Sitting off of Australia’s eastern Queensland coast. In 1992 UNESCO protected the island. Winds, Waves and ocean currents formed this land by carrying sands over hundreds of thousands of years from as far… Read More Fraser Island
I’m writing from Bondi Beach in Sydney today, to wish you all a great big merry christmas. Big Love.
The Roy Roy Glacier track is located in the Matukituki Valley area of Wanaka, and within the Mount Aspiring National Park in Otago. The DOC’s description “This track offers an easy route (achievable by older children) into a dramatic alpine landscape that includes snowfields, glaciers, sheer rock cliff and waterfalls” About the Track Distance: 10km… Read More Rob Roy Glacier Track
So yesterday I hiked to the top of Roys Peak, located in Wanaka. It was the most incredible view! If you are travelling in the South Island, it is a absolute must do! Where is Wanaka? Situated in the Otago region of the South Island and only 1.5 hours north of Queenstown, with a population… Read More Roys Peak, Wanaka
Rotorua is a really hot stop, with plenty of activities and some beautiful sites you need a few days here! Where to stay Reserved accommodation for kiwi experience – Base Rotorua. Recommended accommodation – Crash Palace Backpackers Rotorua. Crash palace is located right in town a few streets from the government gardens, the Polynesian spa… Read More Things to do in Rotorua
No visit to La Paz is complete without an attempt at cycling down the infamous Yungas Road aka the Death Road. So what is the Death Road anyway? The Yungas Road leads from La Paz to Coroico in the Yungas region of Bolivia, it is 64km long, and in 1995 it was named the Worlds most… Read More Biking the Death Road with Barracuda Biking
Taupo is a Great Lake town on the north island between Rotorua and River Valley. The Lake is the biggest you will find in New Zealand, being the largest freshwater lake in Australasia and is roughly the size of Singapore. The lake is the crater of one of the largest volcanic eruptions of the last 5000 years. Lake Taupo is 159 metres deep!! How… Read More Taupo and the Tongariro Crossing