24Apr

There were many moments during our journey, when some truly unexpected yet unforgettable adventures happened. After getting used to putting ourselves into troubles and miraculously sneaking out of them, we developed a kind of inner radar for searching epic locations and potential adventure-guaranteeing spots. Most of our escapades contained a rather big no-planning chunk in […]Continue Reading

23Mar

We rolled down the South Island’s West coast (quite often called “Wet Coast”) with a bit of a low mood. We had no other option but to cycle on the main road, we had bad weather and we could not find as many camp spots as on the North Island, so we were forced to […]Continue Reading

16Mar

Two out of three months of our stay in New Zealand were gone as we arrived in Picton. We had a wonderful time on the North Island, but now it was the time to explore the South. We were welcomed by rain and clouds covering the surrounding hills. After a sleepless night on the ferry […]Continue Reading

07Mar

We found cycling on the roads of New Zealand to be relatively dangerous. Narrow roads with no shoulder lanes, speeding drivers and the fact, that to get a driving licence one does not need to go to a driving school, but could be taught by any experienced driver – helped us to make the decision to […]Continue Reading

02Mar

We cycled over 1000 kilometers on the north of North Island, so we had a perfect reason to spend few days with our family that lives on the south of Auckland. We had a lot of stories to tell and hundreds of calories to consume. We bought quite a lot of hand made Maori flax baskets, […]Continue Reading