Archive for January, 2014

16. January 2014
Typical South Seas image

Talofa Samoa!

From Christchurch we flew over Auckland in the South Seas, Samoa not. Samoa consists of several islands, the two largest are Upolu and Savaii. Wir landeten in Fitiuta (auf Upolu), with […]

Flag of New Zealand

Good Bye New Zealand!

Over 6 weeks we were in the land of the Kiwis go and have it covered more than 5500km in the camper. Unfortunately, we have these shy birds but not to face […]

14. January 2014
Container supports house facades

Christchurch – Three years after the earthquake

Our campers tour on the South Island of New Zealand took the lead 3,Five weeks to the end and we gave the campers in Christchurch at CampaSouth off again. When Glen and Esther, a very nice […]

13. January 2014
Seerobbe Am Strand

Seerobben both Kaikoura

So many see seals on a spot we had not seen before! On the rocks and in the sea at Ohau Point on the way to Kaikoura was teeming […]

10. January 2014

Cycling through the Marlborough wine region

The Marlborough region is the largest wine-growing region of New Zealand, because there is the most sunshine hours here. But it is not only vineyards but also a fjord area, die Marlborough Sounds. From Nelson […]

7. January 2014
In Abel Tasman National Park

Abel Tasman Nationalpark

Over 5 hours of driving in pouring rain brought us from Greymouth to Marahau. The small village is the “Main entrance” to the Abel Tasman National Park in the north of New Zealand's South Island. We had […]

5. January 2014
Reflecting Mountains In Matheson Lake

Fox Glacier and Mirror Lake Matheson

On the way from Haast to Fox Glacier we tasted a special delicacy in New Zealand, Whitebait Patties. Every year for a few weeks in the spring, the boys from 5 different […]

3. January 2014
Through Flower Meadows To The Summit Of Rocky Mountain

Beautiful mountain scenery and optical illusions in Wanaka

From Lake Wanaka we could already see the snowy peaks, the highest, Mount Aspiring. With over 3000m he is after Mount Cook is the second highest mountain in New Zealand. […]

2. January 2014
On the waterfront

Queenstown am Wakatipu See

400km ride took us from Milford Sound to Queenstown, the city, where bungy jumping was invented. Almost the entire trip it rained, but in Queenstown then finally seemed […]

1. January 2014
Regenwetter Am Milford Sound

Milford Sound

The Milford Sound is a 15km long fjord in the south west of the South Island. Surrounded by up to 1200 m high rock walls, he is the most important tourist attraction in Fiordland National Park. We were looking for a […]