The beauty of this place is very hard to describe. With sheer cliffs, waterfalls and a vastness hard to grasp, this place is majestic to say the least.
Get ready for dome more photos soon when reception is more plentiful!
Traveling is about getting to know people, cultures and places not checking them off of your bucket list. Move less, stop longer, see more - and travel deeper. As for me, sign me up for back roads, non-touristy places and preferably less buildings. Don't cross off countries but instead, cross off places. 📸: @j1uno
Did you know that you can earn CASH BACK on your travels, accomodation and online shopping? Even up to 30% and the best part is it's absolutely FREE! We just found out and are so excited to share it with you in our LATEST BLOG POST! Click on the link in our bio to find out how. One of my favourite sections on the Te Araroa was walking from West Sabine Hut to Blue Lake hut. There were so many mountains, waterfalls and beautiful views along the river! #awalshlife
We have 13 windows in our van, and the recent rainy weather has proven that most of them leak. Even a small constant drip can feel like a waterfall when you wake up with your feet in a puddle. Soggy socks, wet pillows, damp jackets and water all over the floor is the new norm around here. I'm not mad about it, it's all part of the lifestyle. There are certain things that you just have to embrace when you live in a 22 year old jalopy. You can be mad about it or you can enjoy the free shower 💧