Why am I doing a VLOG again? Well for one it’s Fun and well i ran out of Space for Media Uploads on my WordPress Account, so I can’t show you the pictures like you’re used too. I’m searching for another way than just making videos, but for the time being its that. 🙂
After saying Goodbye to New Zealand I left Auckland for Melbourne in a relaxed and 4 hour flight. I almost saw the sunset all the time, because we followed it on it’s way to Australia.
And here again is a Time-Lapse of the start and the Landing.
I spent a day in Auckland since i have a transition there between my flights from Queenstown and to Melbourne.
Sadly it was mostly a rainy day. But I still got to see some nice things and I bought myself some noise-canceling headphones. Because of all the flights and well, because they’re awesome. 😀Fire was coming out of the top of the stone just one second before i took the photo i swear! 17.04.16
Just a little video 🙂
Yesterday I flew from Queenstown to Auckland, here are some impressions of the trip 🙂
Waiting with Shirley (and Chocolate) Between the Clouds.The northernmost point of the South IslandMt. Taranaki.Landed save in Auckland. 🙂
And here is a Time lapse of the take-off and the landing 🙂
Just a little Update on what I did that day, since a made a post for every day the recent week I thought this day also had the right to a post.
And although it was fun, the only two things I did that I want to share are that I was in the water with dolphins at, the realizingly cold, Curio Bay
I had a very fun evening in Queenstown after that, celebrating the trip we had.
The next station on my trip was Owaka, a little town that is next to Nugget Point (the place with the lighthouse you see in the pictures), where the sunrise is supposed to be really be beautiful.
On the way we stopped at Tunnel beach and at the end of the day we visited cannibal beach.
The Otago Peninsula was a fun place to visit, although i was a little bit disappointed at first, because you’re supposed to be able to see albatrosses and penguins and I didn’t see them.
But Allans beach was really nice and seeing some seals again was fun, they’re always look so chilled out when they’re sleeping.12.04.16
Dunedin is one of the rare city’s in New Zealand that has something you could call architecture. 😀 I really liked seeing something like old buildings again and the Scottish style this city has is nice. Dunedin also is a city with very big height differences so drinking in it is really confusing, but the upside to this is that I could visit the steepest street in the world, according to the Guinness Book of world Records that is.
After Mt. Cook we made our way to Dunedin and visited the elephant Rocks and the Moeraki Boulders on the way 🙂
The pelennor fields, were most of the Lord of the Rings fight scenes were shot, weren’t that impressive.
And here is proof that sheep are cute but dumb: 😀