Coromandel: a kid-friendly road trip

Road trips are not often leisurely or spontaneous when you have kids on board.

Waiheke Island: a sense of freedom

Some people were terribly excited when Lonely Planet named Waiheke Island as the fifth-best holiday destination in the world.

Hundertwasser Toilets: the loo that made headlines

Friedensreich Hundertwasser was born in Austria and already had an international reputation as an artist when he first visited New...

Port Chalmers: a cradle made of sea

The clatter and clang of the container terminal, red and green lights forming a path to the sea through the...

Coromandel Township: hippy haven

Nearly a century after the goldminers, and decades after the bushmen who extracted kauri from the rainforest blanketing the rugged...

Banks Peninsula: land of volcanoes and mini dolphins

Would you believe me if I told you there is a place in New Zealand where you can sleep under...

Wellington Waterfront: where writers' words are cast

Wellington waterfront is the envy not only of most other New Zealand cities, but also of many cities around the world.

Street food and markets: around the world in New Zealand

It’s a frosty morning in the deep South and I’m staying at a central B&B in Dunedin.

Tasman: a taste of everything

Richmond has a large mall, serving the surrounding Waimea Plains, with plenty of cafes, big-box shopping stores and a busy downtown.

Golden Bay: sun, sand, and secession

The people of Golden Bay sometimes joke about officially seceding from the rest of New Zealand and forming their own...

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