The Fascinating and Ancient Moeraki Boulders

On Koekohe beach, between Dunedin and Oamaru in the South Island of New Zealand, is a natural phenomenon steeped in Maori folklore. The Moeraki Boulders are one of the most photographed landscapes in New Zealand. Numerous wonderfully circular orbs of stone littering the Otago beachside. Local legend says the boulders are the remains of eel […]

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Remembering The Sacrifice of the ANZAC Day Soldiers

Red Poppies

To all those unselfish heroes who have given everything for us – you will never be forgotten Today (25th April) is observed as ANZAC day in Australia and New Zealand, and is a day to commemorate and remember those serving in Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC). Most notably, this day was started to […]

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Bucket List – Bungee Jumping

A bungee/bungy jump is something that I always wanted to do and living in New Zealand, home of the world’s first permanent commercial bungee site near Queenstown; I knew that this is where I would need to take the leap of faith! Bungee jumping has its origins on the small Pacific island of Vanuatu, where young […]

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The Sights and Sounds of Beautiful Dunedin

Dunedin Railway Station

From 2005 to 2007 I moved from my home in London to Dunedin, New Zealand to study at the prestigious University of Otago. I was lucky enough to be accepted based on my A-Levels and applied for my student visa, and I was on my way! (Obvs there was lots more planning, but that is […]

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