Ahoy, ye matey’s Shiver me timbers, I’ve just had my first awesome experience with a bunch of snarly, some ragged, and some quite dapper pirates. The adventure started with all but two of the riff-raff leaving from Wellington Airport and then
In May this year, the ladies from the Cansurvive Dragon Boat Team traveled to Bali to compete in the Bali International Water Sports Festival as a ten man crew, and I went along for the ride.
At this time of the year (November through to February) it’s a great time to visit New Zealands southernmost point on the North Island. That being Cape Palliser. Cape Palliser geographically sits farther south than Nelson and Blenheim on New Zealand’s South Island.
I took a drive from Queenstown to Kingston early one morning and on my way there I was blown away by the constantly changing lighting conditions on the landscapes. The sun breaking through the slow moving clouds on the mountain peaks was a real awaking to just how amazing this part of the country truly is. I could have sat in one spot the entire day and within every five to ten minutes it would have looked like a totally different place. So taken by it all, the trip to Kingston was a long one. Not because of the distance I had to travel, but solely because I was having to stop the car very few kms to grab another shot.
These two shots are of the same mountain range —Bayonet Peak I think? Just a few kms apart.