Auckland City Free Views

The Auckland City skyline is without a doubt the most prominent feature that defines this largest New Zealand city. I feel very fortunate to have it in sight whenever I wish for it. Over the years, it’s been a reassuring constant, always affirming I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be. I get to discover more and more unique and special viewing spots the longer I stick around. And today I want to share just that – some of my favourite Auckland City free views that won’t break the bank. I’ll also try to include some cool facts and information about Auckland that you might find interesting. Auckland City from Bastion Point So here they are, my top Auckland City free views. Sky Tower It’s impossible to imagine Auckland City without the Sky Tower. It makes this place recognizable. And a bit attractive too. To me, the Auckland skyline is one…

5 Must Do Hikes in Tasmania

By now it probably seems that I’m completely excited about every single place under the sun I get to visit and explore. And I honestly am blown away. With the majority of them anyway! Traveling, hiking, climbing and all these pursuits that get me out and exploring truly make such a big sense in my life. Tasmania’s been on top of my bucket list, so this post is no doubt biased because of that. However, all trails I walked and mountains I climbed there left me absolutely speechless and in complete awe. Tasmania is a hiker’s paradise and I couldn’t have come prepared for all that was waiting for me on the island. I hope you get excited with me as I share my 5 top must do hikes in Tasmania (and bear with me as I get overly enthusiastic). Cape Raoul Location: Tasman National Park. The southernmost part of…

My 2018 travels in retrospect

Looking back to 2018, it’s been a rollercoaster year. From travel dreaming during the long New Zealand winter to all the superlative moments that happened – all in all, 2018 has been filled with some great adventures. There are places I fell in love with and trips that surprised me beyond my imagination. There were also journeys that never happened and turned out to be missed opportunities. At the end of this passing year, I am focusing on the positives and leaving out the bad and the ugly. Travel, in my opinion, needs to be celebrated. It also needs to inspire. Those not-so-fortunate moments, however, deserve a separate post. So here it is – my 2018 travels in retrospect. Best Beach Beaches are something I always look forward to visiting when I explore and travel. Rarotonga has always been my prime refuge from the long NZ winters. Sandy beach at…