The day we saw 16+ turtles
Jillian’s beach snack
At a place full of flowers, I’d still look at you 😉
We’re on a boat
Pololū Valley views
Is it raining, Lies?
Jason made me order the best Thai-tea ever NOT
Welcome to my crib
Thank you mother nature
The sky is burning
Ariel loves hitchhiking
Macadamia Nuts in the making
I was lucky enough to explore Big Island, Hawaii and let me tell you, I fell in love once again. Nature, colours, scents, the sound of the ocean and birds, flavours…WOW!
During a three week yoga-teaching program I got to dive into an interesting yoga-bubble, where we practiced yoga on a daily basis, learned about culture, poses, breathing-techniques and ourselves.
The second part of my journey I spent doing a work&travel program (inbetween hurricanes and volcanic eruptions), that I highly recommend if you want to travel, yet, don’t want to spend too much of your money (https://www.workaway.info). There as well, I learned a lot about hawaiian family values, Ohana, and got to meet lovely people.
Thank you universe for making me choose such magical place, thank you mom&dad for getting me into a position where I can afford sweet escapes like Hawaii and thank you to every awesome soul that I met and got to connect with on my travels.
What an incredible five days: We did it all!
From running a half-marathon and hitch hiking all the way from Christchurch to Dunedin the same day to going on late night Kiwi-spotting hikes. I can’t believe how much energy that trip gave me. Stewart Island is beautiful and so are those two souls that I got to go with. I had an amazing time and thinking back to our little adventure makes me a happy girl. This journey made me appreciate how present I’ve been in the here and now, how happy the little things made me (sipping on hot water: AWESOME) and how neat nature can be (waking up to the sound of singing birds was definitely one of my highlights).
‘Who needs pants when you have Bourbon?’
Hikes, good moods and nature adventures. I’ve had a wonderful two days in the north-west of Canterbury. Lake Sumner showed me once again how beautiful New Zealand can be.