This is a collection of stories from all the places I’ve been to and things I’ve done to this point. I hope you can enjoy it and, maybe, get something valuable from it, too.

I’m going to give you the real stories.

Yes, there will be great things to share with you, but I can tell you that since my travels began in 2018, it hasn’t all been riding that high – there have been some lows, too, and they’re just as important.

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Florence Falls, Litchfield National Park

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Auckland Viaduct at night is absolutely stunning

Visiting Auckland for the first time

It was a long 6-hour journey to Auckland, but the sprawling city soon filled the view and it felt like a jigsaw as the coach made its way into the CBD. I’ve heard from other people that it’s the suburbs that really make Auckland special. That’s not something I’m going to be able to discover…

The Rotovegas sign at Skyline Rotorua

Adventuring in Rotorura

It took about an hour to get from Taupo to Rotorua, which is one of the shorter journey’s I’ve made since starting my travels in the country. The first thing to say about Rotorua? The smell. Stepping off the coach gave me the first whiff of the sulphur that lingers around the town. It’s everywhere,…

#LoveTaupo sign in front of Lake Taupo at sunset

Heading north to Taupo

Just a few weeks after getting back to Wellington, and debating my next move, I made it and decided to go home. Since then, I’ve been going at it full pelt, making plans for a short but awesome adventure around some of Aotearoa New Zealand’s North Island. Once again, I’m using the InterCity coaches but,…

A new direction

So, despite finishing the blog series only a few days ago, my big South Island adventure in Aotearoa New Zealand ended mid-January. I spent a few weeks trying to decide my next move, and it proved a lot harder than I expected. The result? After three years, I’m going home. The situation (at the time…