Still reeling from our trip to Aotearoa, so many incredible places and memories we made 💍 ❤️

Still can’t over how beautiful Fiordland National park is - Doubtful sound is definitely on the cards for the next visit!

Stay tuned for a new blog post on ‘the best things to do in Queenstown’ coming soon 🤫

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Finallyyy getting around to sharing photos and videos from our time here in Aotearoa so far - to say we’ve found our new favourite country is, accurate!

The first week we spent most of it in #fiordlandnationalpark exploring Milford sounds and the surrounding regions and having friendly chats with a couple of cheeky Kea’s. Is New Zealand not your favourite travel destination?

📍 Fiordlands has the wettest climate in all of NZ
- is listed unofficially as the 8th wonder of the world and a UNESCO world heritage site Te Wāhipounamu
- the landscape changes from greenstone fiords to over 10,000 waterfalls cascading down the mountain side!

🚙 To get here you will first have to take the Southern scenic route from Queenstown for 2.5 hours to Te Anau, and onwards through to Milford along the Milford highway for another 2 hours or so.

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A little throwback to days gone by when travel was a thing for us and we had insane fun road tripping through the @eyrepeninsula

We’re still stuck in a fairly hardcore lockdown in Melbourne, more than 300 days of watching the world travel around. Hopefully this is us shortly but for now, we’ll just reminisce on our travels through South Australia

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Remember that time the full moon rose above the Ponte Vecchio in Florence just as a old boat paddled it’s way across the Arno River just at golden hour?

We do.

Shot on @fujifilmx_au

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Still one of my favourite photos.

Story time - a 4am hike up Pedra Bonita mountain in Rio De Janeiro in pitch black led us to the foothills of Christo de rendetor.

What followed was something we will never forget- a thunderstorm right above that seemed so Greek mythology like that we assumed Zeus himself would descended from above.

A morning hike I’ll never forget

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