Whale watching

New Zealand is famed for its whale watching, the water is so clean here you don’t have to go too far from the coast to find the marine wildlife.
Kaikoura is the place to visit in the South Island, due to the way we’d planned our route and an earthquake destroying most of the roads, we weren’t able to visit there.
Auckland was our back up! 

I got to try out my full waterproof outfit! 

Eyes peeled keeping a watch for any activity.

And pretend we were Jack and Rose…

The dolphins found us and started dancing around the boat!

A Bryde’s whale was also sighted! 

This was one hell of a way to complete my time here in New Zealand! That’s right, I’m coming home! Not for too long, I already have three more adventures lined up! 

So stay tuned for the next escapade! 


Brief encounter with Bali

We started our day with breakfast in the Remix Juice bar, I had to try what they called ‘Nice Creamz’. 

I’m still not entirely sure what exactly went into it, but it tasted good, and is healthy and vegan! 
We had hoped to get a massage in today, the place we tried, twice, first told us they opened at 12 (the sign on the door says 10am) the second time they told us they could only do two of us which is useless when you’re a group of three. So they clearly didn’t want our money. 
We came to Warung dua to grab our last meal together (sniff).

On the walk back to the villa, there was another massage place, they were more than happy to rub our little feet! 

Boring packing, followed by a swim (we had packed our bikinis so, a skinny dip). 

We said farewell to Layla as she makes her way to Canggu for a few days before heading back to the U.K

Meanwhile Laura and I are onto greener pastures, in the form of New Zealand…