Whale Watching in De Hoop South Africa

At The Bottom of Africa at Cape L'Agulhas

Reality Check at Robben's Island in South Africa

Lions Keeping a Watchful Eye in the Serengeti

Elephants Keeping An Eye On Us in the Serengeti

Lazy Leopard in the Serengeti

Seeking Shade in the Serengeti

Our Adventure Stories

Paradise Found in French Polynesia

We knew that the first leg of this trip was going to be rapid fire, as we made our way from Taupo to Auckland, hopped on the plane, got into Papeete (Tahiti), and made our way to our overnight stay in Papeete.  There was a great little trio playing traditional...

Soaring Amongst The Clouds in Kaikoura

After the long drive turned longer from Mount Cook, and the tragedy turned …. well, something … we were happy to be in Kaikoura, which is a beautiful and sleepy costal town on the north east coast of the South Island. Last time we were here we had a short stay for a...

Cruising to Cromwell, and Climbing in Mount Cook

We split the drive up on the way to Mount Cook region with a stop overnight in a small town called Cromwell. The strip motel that we were staying in with nothing special, but it had a pool, and it was quite hot so we at the ability to cool off in the middle of the...

Trickling Rain in Te Anau and Meandering Around In Milford Sound

We woke up and had a bit of a slow start to the day as there were some important things to do while we were in Wanaka.  First order of business was to find a decent place for coffee.  At the hostel, it was instant coffee, so we were wanting a nice cuppa for the day...

Wandering Down The West Coast: Punakaki, Haast, and Wanaka

I got up before everyone else, and it was a Sunday, so I thought that I would take advantage of the global phenomenon of people sleeping in on Sunday mornings, and go for a run down the coastline which was beautiful, winding, and past massive rock walls as the road...

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Rather than posting all of our adventures on our social media accounts, we will be posting blogs.  The blogs are not only to document our trip around the world, but they are part of Wilson and Lulu’s school (english, grammar, art/photography, and comprehension [ask them questions!]).  By signing up for our email list, you will get an email with a click through link to see the new posts.   If you don’t want to get an email, but just want to check in once in a while, don’t sign up for this list…just check back once in a while!  We would love to hear from you!