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“Twelve thousand miles of it, to the other side of the world. And whether they came home again or not, they would belong neither here, nor there, for they would have lived on two continents and sampled two different ways of life.”
― Colleen McCulloughThe Thorn

This is a simple digital diary of our life as immigrants at the bottom of the world in Aotearoa New Zealand. There are so many stunning places here, below are my absolute favourites!

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Routeburn Track Aspiring National Park
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Lake Wanaka
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Queenstown/Glenorchy

aoraki national park

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Aoraki Mt Cook National Park
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Milford Sound
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West Coast South Island
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Kaikoura
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Otago Peninsula Dunedin
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Wellington ‘home’
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Tongariro National Park
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Te Urewera National Park
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Coromandel Forest Park Pinnacles
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Cape Maria van Diemen, Te Puke Track, Far North