Queenstown is the tourist hub of New Zealand’s South Island. A lot of visitors to New Zealand pass through, or base themselves here while travelling through Otago and Canterbury. It is beautiful and interesting, with a lot of things to do. So why do I not like it very much?
A lot of people hit New Zealand roads every year. Many of them aren’t prepared and don’t know what to expect. Here’s a few helpful hints I have been thinking about while I was driving around this great country.
New Zealand’s Milford Sound is one of the most iconic places in New Zealand, visited for it’s stunning natural beauty. I booked a cruise with Jucy and made the most of my time here, by trying to take as few photos as possible and actually looking at what was around me. Pretty hard…but possible.
Here is an introduction to my next New Zealand adventure. I am leaving the lower South Island soon and instead of taking the flight I was scheduled to be on this morning, I shall load my gear into the old bomb I purchased to get me around, and drive from Bluff to Cape Reinga, for no reason other than to do it, film it, and write some more shit about New Zealand.
Are you a planner? Do you have a folder of itineraries and booking references before even head to the airport? Here’s what I think of that…
I don’t often review places unless I feel they genuinely deserve them. If you are ever in Lombok, then stop in to see my friend Ketut and find out why I loved staying with him and why I call him my friend.
If you’re travelling around Australia, a good option is to chase the last bit of summer as it flees north. Cairns and Northern Queensland are nice, even when the rest of the east coast are getting cold and miserable. While you’re there, here’s a few things you can do!