Sometimes you come across something quite unexpected when travelling around New Zealand. On a sunny March weekend in summer 2021, we decided to visit a few of our local attractions in the Waikato region, mainly the Mangapohue Natural Bridge Walk located on the scenic drive from Waitomo Village to Marokopa. The Mangapohue Natural Bridge Walk… Continue reading Marokopa Falls, New Zealand
Why should you visit the blue springs putaruru at Te Waihou Walkway or also known as the blue springs nz? It is a beautiful walk through the Waikato countryside alongside the river to the springs. You will be surprised how clear the water is – very much worth the effort of the walk. The blue… Continue reading Where are the blue springs, putaruru Te Waihou Walkway?
New Zealand is a special place, and everyone who lives and travels here has a responsibility to look after it. The Tiaki Promise is a commitment to care for New Zealand while travelling. View there full version of the video below. WHILE TRAVELLING IN NEW ZEALAND I WILL CARE FOR LAND, SEA AND NATURE, TREADING LIGHTLY AND LEAVING NO TRACE TRAVEL SAFELY, SHOWING CARE AND CONSIDERATION FOR ALL RESPECT CULTURE, TRAVELLING WITH AN OPENHEART AND MIND
Beautiful video from Visit Auckland with a poignant message for today’s times – Papatūānuku (our earth mother) is Breathing Sit at a distance, stand as one. When the time is right, we welcome you. But for now, listen. Papatūānuku (our earth mother) is breathing. All copyright notices can be found on YouTube.
Here’s a video of my Dad’s trains, his garden railway in Otaki, New Zealand. This video features the early version of his trains.
Here’s a video of my Dad’s trains, his garden railway in Otaki, New Zealand. This video features a night scene almost looks real!
Here’s a video of my Dad’s trains, his garden railway in Otaki, New Zealand. This video features his Western Green Engine.
Here’s a video of my Dad’s trains, his garden railway in Otaki, New Zealand. This video features his Diesel Engine.