Oh the life of a seal... .
Kind of reminds me of myself on this Sunday afternoon! Just kidding! I’m actually busy writing some new blog posts and editing photos from my trip to the coast this weekend.
Chris and I originally had a few hikes planned for the rest of the weekend but it is currently pouring rain :( .
Good one New Zealand! Oh well for now I’ll enjoy my seal life before it’s time to get up and go again! .
Anyone else going to join me ?!
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Hope all of you are already in a kind of vacation mood and enjoying the days off. I most likely need to work during the Easter days, as the temperatures are quite high and hops are growing fast.
Nevertheless, I will have some time to enjoy these special days with my family. It is something I experienced in New Zealand. Everybody was working so hard and very long hours, but having dinner with their families was for every worker very important. If they could not go home for dinner, their wives, husbands and children came to the farm and they enjoyed a few minutes together.
Interestingly, the entire team did it. Just a few minutes in the evening, before the night shift started, it was quiet on the farm. No machines and tractors were operated and people were sitting together. I liked this a lot and I will for sure introduce this on our farm, once in the future.
Moments after this another couple came in this little hut and got engaged 😍 we were so devastated to miss the proposal but I can definitely see why someone would pop the question here, such a picturesque backdrop 🙊 #travelwithcherriiee
This could possibly be the most romantic spot in NZ. In the late 1800s John Cargill, a son of Captain William Cargill, excavated a tunnel down to a secluded beach so that the Cargill families could bathe in privacy away from the prying eyes. I guess back then you had your pick of bathers and breath taking views.
Crazy mist and reflections at Mount Taranaki.
Who has been to Mount Taranaki already?
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The turquoise waters of Lake Pukaki, NZ 💙 seeing Lake Pukaki was one of the highlights of my NZ trip. Apparently it’s the glacial flour that gives the lake this unique colour. Soo pretty right? 😍⠀
Hope you’ve all been well! Sorry I was absent for so long. Keen to share my photos and catch-up with you all 🙂
One of the most underrated hikes in Milford area. It's such a fun hike. You pass a river, waterfall, black lake and at the end you get too see Fiordland from a different perspective. You have to be extremely careful on this one though. Sadly a few fatalities have occured here. Never go if the weather is not okay. The terrain is extremely steep and slippery. #gertrudesaddle