A glimpse of the Hollyford track.
Fiordland is absolutely amazing and I will definitely have to come back for more. I loved it. Hollyford track isn't as popular as other tracks in Fiordland and that's why its so magical. It's not crowded at all, we only met a few people on the way. It was just 5 days of pure New Zealand nature, beautiful views and lots of animal sounds. And of course tons of walking 😅 But overall an amazing experience. 5 days of walking / 70km. Loved every minute of it - well except last hour of walking back. My legs hurt so much, I had many blisters, couldn't eat enough and diverse while tracking and so on... those who know, know! But I treated myself with a hearty lunch and a delicious ice cream afterwards. Also jumped in freezing cold, but crystal clear river. 😂 haha got to love this hiking life!
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Considered among the most diverse Southern Hemisphere capitals, Auckland is the world’s largest Polynesian city, with around 28 per cent of Auckland’s 1.3 million-strong population being of Pacific origin.
Best Birthday morning ever was last december with this beautiful #sunrise
Oh how I miss this beautiful country, view, hotel
Sometimes you are battling a 10-20mph headwind for six hours. Other times, you got the wind at your back and you are cruising along almost effortlessly.
The ride into Wellington from Upper Hutt was one of those days. Fairly flat and with plenty of tailwind. From riding on the Hutt River Trail for most of the way, I eventually found myself on a bike path alongside busy Highway 2, leading straight into Wellington.
I celebrated that milestone fittingly, so I thought, at @laclochecafe_ , a french bakery 🇫🇷 and cafe down the street from the @airbnb I booked and my home for two nights before catching a ferry to the South Island.