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Last weekend, with nice weather on the horizon for the first time in a month (and minimal wind – score!), I thought it would be the perfect time to take a little road trip along the coast to Cape Palliser. With everything opposite to what I’m used to and not being an avid driver to […]

Beaches and Cliffs

Snapshot memories is a new weekly series, giving a visual glimpse into different destinations and unique ways to view them. It’s also a way for me to look back on travels that occurred before and after I started this blog, and to give each place I’ve traveled the attention it deserves.  This week my memories […]

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Mount Vic!! Mt. Vic was one of my favorite spots from the first time I hiked around the circular Southern Walkway track that led me along the Wellington town belt. It’s a huge land mass filled with hiking and mountain biking trails, lush forests, views to make you weak in the knees, and a grand lookout […]

PurpleOrange

Snapshot memories is a new weekly series, giving a visual glimpse into different destinations and unique ways to view them. It’s also a way for me to look back on travels that occurred before and after I started this blog, and to give each place I’ve traveled the attention it deserves.  This week my memories […]

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I love festivals. Although on one hand I’m not a fan of large swarms of people, or trying to stand my ground against an unforgiving crowd, there’s also something about ideas being presented or performed in a public space that makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Festivals spike my own inspiration, and remind me why I still love […]

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I woke up to the wind whistling against my window. It was another dreary and windy day in Wellington, but I was determined to go hiking at the Te Kopahou Reserve, regardless. I had been wanting to tackle this coastal hike since around the time I moved here, and since I’ve walked about half of the […]

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Some of you readers who have been following me for awhile probably already know how much I love craft beer, especially due to the fact that every bar I’ve worked in since moving abroad has specialized in the craft beer of that country. I even go to craft beer courses in my free time, and still get […]

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