Monthly Archives: April 2014


New Zealand journey – Fox Glacier to Lake Pukaki

The glaciers of New Zealand’s West Coast form part of the South Westland World Heritage Area. Fox Glacier is the longest of West Coast glaciers. This river of ice flows for 13 kilometres from the […]


New Zealand journey – Queenstown to Fox Glacier

South Island is the land of incredible contrasts. From the lush rainforests of the Fiordland we headed to the snow-covered mountain tops of Fox glacier in Westland National Park – another World Heritage area 329 […]


New Zealand journey – Milford Sound

No trip to New Zealand’s South Island would be complete without a visit to Milford Sound in Fiordland National Park. This World Heritage site lies just over the mountains from Glenorchy, no more than 50 […]


New Zealand journey – Queenstown & Glenorchy

When I think about New Zealand the first thing that comes to mind is the magnificent scenery portrayed in The Lord of the Rings movies. So not surprisingly, a week long road trip through parts […]


From Rafael to Banksy and everything in between – A Weekend in Melbourne

Of all Australian cities Melbourne is considered to be more ‘European’than the others. Problem is – I’ve never been to Europe, so I never really knew what it meant. So as I set off for […]