Christchurch is a city in transition. The earthquakes that started in September 2010 and culminated in the devastating quake on 22 February 2011 forced the city to re-imagine itself and that is exactly what it is doing. The people who… Read More ›
Mud Brick Vineyard and Restaurant on Waiheke Island must be one of the most popular places in NZ to celebrate weddings (and other special occasions). Those who can, including visiting celebrities with a bit of downtime, arrive by helicopter and walk through a path of lavender… Read More ›
Night-time photographs of the lanterns in Auckland’s Albert Park are magical but daytime shots are spectacular too.
Every Saturday morning there is a Farmer’s market in central Auckland. It’s a small, but perfectly formed, affair. Fresh veggies and herbs, cupcakes, cheeses, flowers, just-baked bread, crepes and Kiwi mussel fritters (when in season). The bacon butties are world… Read More ›
Auckland is waking up to the fact that spectacular scenery and out-of-the-box, larger-than-life sculpture is a winning combination. Throw in a sunny day and a glass of a locally produced Waiheke wine and the organisers of headland sculpture on the… Read More ›