Walking Around in Whitby

And you thought middle income suburban New Zealand would be boring. Think again. Walking around this area offers some unique but lesser known features, which I was to discover on a family walk.

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Te Papa, Beach and Wind Walk

Around this time 6 years ago I was walking in Wellington, New Zealand A light shower greeted me this morning so the day started with an indoor activity hunting down a friend’s family history at the library. To our surprise we found a connection with our own family… is everyone in New Zealand related in … Continue reading Te Papa, Beach and Wind Walk

One Trip EVERY Month Challenge – Eastbourne, New Zealand

Having just had a 6.2 magnitude earthquake, I am glad that I visited New Zealand before New year and not after. Technically, within the last month thus meeting the requirements of East of Malaga's New Challenge: One Trip Every Month, which you will find here. January - Eastbourne ferry from Wellington -a 30 minute trip … Continue reading One Trip EVERY Month Challenge – Eastbourne, New Zealand

New Zealand – Oriental Bay

It is said that you can't beat Wellington on a good day, and really, you can't. The beach and harbour-side is so accessible from the city, it is ridiculous. Croc Bikes at Oriental Bay, Wellington, New Zealand Oriental Bay, Wellington You can choose to stroll along the 3 km or so promenade, relax by sitting … Continue reading New Zealand – Oriental Bay

New Zealand – Wandering around Whitby

What is there to do in Whitby?Following on from my last post about New Zealand, and the three divisions of Whitby, which you can find here, it was quite apparent this stronghold of middle income suburbia was not without other attractions, mostly for me, it was found in the natural beauty of the area. Coniferous … Continue reading New Zealand – Wandering around Whitby