ZQN to AKL

We are leaving Queenstown on Tuesday (NZ time) and headed to Auckland. We drove our RV, they’re called campervans here, through gold mining country, up to Greymouth, over to Christchurch, to Mount Cook, to Te Anau, then to Milford Sound and finally back to Queenstown where we hiked up above the city for some pretty good pictures and a very steep climb.

The RV was very handy but also challenging. We slept very well in it, never needed to use the restroom or kitchen because the Holiday Parks have every conceivable thing you would need without having to utilize the RV other than to sleep. I may not have thought this before the trip but get the GPS, it is worth paying up. Ours was included in some package that we bought which was a great lesson on the utility on a trip like this.

Regular blogging should resume tomorrow. Thanks for indulging me on this trip. Obviously when we take trips like this, work needs to continue and that includes blogging.

2 Comments

  1. Roger,
    I’ve enjoyed your posts and pictures from your vacation. Thanks!

    Work may need to continue, but you also need a vacation to recharge your mental batteries as well as to enjoy quality family time. I’m glad you were able to do both with emphasis on the vacation. Don’t feel guilty!

    Safe travels returning home!

    Mike

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  2. Do you ever return from an international trip wishing you lived in another country besides the United States?

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ZQN to AKL

We are leaving Queenstown on Tuesday (NZ time) and headed to Auckland. We drove our RV, they’re called campervans here, through gold mining country, up to Greymouth, over to Christchurch, to Mount Cook, to Te Anau, then to Milford Sound and finally back to Queenstown where we hiked up above the city for some pretty good pictures and a very steep climb.

The RV was very handy but also challenging. We slept very well in it, never needed to use the restroom or kitchen because the Holiday Parks have every conceivable thing you would need without having to utilize the RV other than to sleep. I may not have thought this before the trip but get the GPS, it is worth paying up. Ours was included in some package that we bought which was a great lesson on the utility on a trip like this.

Regular blogging should resume tomorrow. Thanks for indulging me on this trip. Obviously when we take trips like this, work needs to continue and that includes blogging.

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