Now for the biggest, busiest and most expensive part of the trip! Wanaka and Queenstown. The capitals of cool, both in temperature and style. Wanaka kind of reminds me of a baby Queenstown. Sitting right on the edge of Lake Wanaka, the hustle and bustle of the bars and restaurants, constantly brimming with customers, fills the air as passers-by admire the beautiful food. Both Emily and … Continue reading Part Three: Wanaka and Queenstown
“I think I have an inherent modest level of stress, but I’m only super-aware of it when it goes away, when I’m on holiday and I think, ‘Oh this feels pretty good.‘” –Mark Ronson The little island of Waiheke in the Hauraki Gulf is Auckland’s little lottery-winning Auntie. With acres and acres of vineyards and undulating hills, it’s as picturesque as a postcard, much-like a lot of New Zealand is. But this pretty place comes with a pretty price!