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Travel Postcards / 29.01.2013

Famous for whale watching and swimming with dolphins, Kaikoura is recommended by many Kiwis as a very nice place in New Zealand South Island. For no special reason, however, I was skeptical about Kaikoura from the beginning, not sure it was worth a visit. Still, I wanted to give it a try. After all, it...

Travel Postcards / 23.01.2013

Unlike most of New Zealand, where the dominant color is green in countless different shades, Central Otago and the Canterbury Region catch the eyes with their golden fields. [pullquote]Golden fields, bright pink lupins, brown mountains and white glaciers. Central Otago and the Canterbury Region are pure magic[/pullquote] The driest area of New Zealand, Central Otago and the...

Travel Postcards / 19.01.2013

Leaflets and postcard show Milford Sound with Mitre Peak  standing out in front of a perfect blue sky. It's likely the most iconic image of New Zealand, the one striking the imagination of everyone traveling to the land of the Hobbits or dreaming of it. Misty Milford Sound is all the most intriguing, creating a surreal atmosphere...

Nature & Outdoors / 15.01.2013

A hike in the forest, amidst fascinating countless shades of green The thought of the countless shades of green came up to my mind short after I arrived in  New Zealand. Together with the rugged coastline, the unique greenery of New Zealand caught my eyes at fist sight. [pullquote]Green is New Zealand dominant colour[/pullquote] From the iconic silver fern to the giant kauri trees of North...