When you think of New Zealand you probably dream up images of rolling hills, blue water, and lush green forests with hobbits roaming free. And you wouldn't be far off! The majority of the world's knowledge of New Zealand tends to revolve around nature and Lord of the Rings. So I wanted to share with… Continue reading 10 Quirky Facts about New Zealand
For some reason, people feel entitled to ask female travellers the most absurd questions. Apparently the concept of a woman being more interested in travelling than having kids and fussing over a man (no hate if you’re into that, you do you!) is the most confusing thing in the world. Questions from babies, to men,… Continue reading 10 Things I am Sick of Hearing
This post contains affiliate links. For more information you can check out my disclosure policy here. My first couple of hours in Athens wasn’t flash. My plane arrived over an hour late and I could not figure out where the bus that takes you into Athens departed from. I tried asking the airport staff. They… Continue reading How to avoid the awkward language barrier
So you're off to the Land of the Long White Cloud? How exciting! You're going to have a ball, I bet! But have you wondered about the things a kiwi wants you know about New Zealand? What are kiwis like when it comes to tourists? Have you wondered about what you should and shouldn't do… Continue reading 5 things a Kiwi wants you to know
Weekend getaways are honestly the best! Wee getaways can help soothe a relentless travel itch as I mentioned in my Wanaka adventure. Recently, the boyfriend and I decided it was time for another weekend escapade so we jumped into the car are headed on up to Oamaru, New Zealand. Oamaru is located an hour north… Continue reading 5 Things to do in Oamaru, New Zealand
People often need help thinking of things to do in Invercargill, New Zealand but it's really not that hard! Located at the bottom of the South Island, Invercargill is often overlooked as a destination. More commonly, Invercargill is a stop-over point for tourists on their way to Stewart Island. Today, I am here to tell you why you should view Invercargill as more than a stop-over but rather a destination for history and relaxation.