Taupō Street Art Festival brings together some of the world’s best street artists to the town at New Zealand’s largest lake. The town’s laneways are full of vibrant hidden treasures that only wait to be discovered. So, I grabbed a coffee and went on a little treasure hunt!
50 volcanoes. That is how many volcanoes shape the Auckland area. So, basically, every hill, lake, and basin of the city was shaped or is an actual volcano. And they aren’t dead – just fast asleep (I hope). Rangitoto is the youngest of this big explosive family – and I got to climb its summit.
There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after.
DUBLIN DOCKLANDS. Grab a coffee, put on your sunnies, and explore the Dublin Docklands on one of those beautiful clear autumn days.
BRAY. Is there anything better to do than spending a Sunday walking along breathtaking coastlines, climbing hills and drinking coffee in the sun?
HOWTH. Escape the city buzz and enjoy the sea breeze in your face with a fresh box of fish and chips in your lap.
SOUTHEAST IRELAND. I still can’t get over how insanely beautiful Ireland is. Simply breathtaking.
KILKENNY. Historic buildings. A massive castle. Art everywhere you go. Is there any better way to kick off my Irish adventure?
SCOTLAND. Here’s my 7-day road trip itinerary through Scotland with some personal highlights and hidden gems.
EDINBURGH. Narrow streets, historic buildings and a welcoming atmosphere – Edinburgh has it all! Here are some personal (free) highlights!