After a very early start and an unexpected detour to Invercargill, Bex and I had an amazing time in Queenstown recently. In the past, I’ve been quite put off by the commercialism of the place, but we embraced it this time around and had a shamelessly decadent and wonderful time. Highlights … – Going into the … More Queenstown
And just like that, it’s Winter. *Shivers* I took these photos while wandering around Hataitai last night, waiting for my washing to dry at the laundromat … I love the fleeting last hints of colour that you get at this time of year.
In the Summer, the botanical gardens are all about the flower beds. Front + centre, they always draw a big crowd. But at this time of year, the flowers are finished + the beds have been tucked in for the Winter. Time to explore the maze of paths that skirt the outside of the gardens, … More Wellington Botanical Gardens
We stopped off in Melbourne briefly on the way to Hobart earlier this year. I love Melbourne, there’s always a new corner to explore and it’s colourful whatever the time or season. Pro tip: If you want to try out Airbnb, this is the place to do it. Melbournians know how to live (and decorate).
I like to start my weekends with a Saturday morning walk up My Victoria, Wellington’s highest spot, conveniently located behind my house. It’s an endorphin + air filled way to kick off the day + always leaves me feeling energised. Here are a few things I snapped on my way yesterday.
Time to finally post some pics from New York last November. I don’t know if its the Autumn leaves outside my window or my heart itching to travel again, but I’ve been thinking about the big city. I don’t have travel tips or any wise words for you. It was just so dreamy to be … More Go: New York in Autumn
I spent a wonderful few days in and around Hobart recently. It was just so lovely. Whatever you do, don’t miss the Museum of Old and New Art or the trip down to Port Arthur.