Since returning from Australia in 2013, Magnar and I have just being flabbergasted by how amazingly beautiful Australia was, but even more so the amazing folks Down Under.
So after a year of planning and saving, we will be returning, only this time with New Zealand in focus. When we were in Australia the last time, we hear there is some kind of friendly rivalry amongst the Aussies and Kiwi's so, here we are to find out once and for all, which one of the two is better!
And with a bit of luck, I'm so happy to say that it's all official, our plans are made, tours are being booked and as a reference to myself, here are our official itinerary!
I am a big planner, and I believe that in order to secure the best prices on things, early planning is a MUST.
Above all, Magnar and I will be travelling over 20 hours to get to New Zealand, the last thing we want is to not be able to do all those activities we would like. Early planning also really helps when it comes to ensuring that our expenses are a little more spread out.
So after 2 weeks in Malaysia, Magnar and I will embark on our 3 week trip to Australia and New Zealand! Yippee!
27 Leave for Melbourne from Kuala Lumpur
28Melbourne (Oaks on Williams)
29 Melbourne (Oaks on Williams)
30 Christchurch (YHA Christchurch)
31 Diamond Harbour (Camp Bay Farmstay)
1 Diamond Harbour (Camp Bay Farmstay)
Booked : Swim with Dolphins - Black Cat Akaroa
2 Christchurch (on the road)
3 Lake Tekapo (YHA Lake Tekapo)
4 Lake Tekapo (YHA Lake Tekapo)
5 Mount Cook (YHA Mount Cook)
6 Queenstown (Hilton Queenstown)
7 Queenstown (Hilton Queenstown)
Booked : Horse riding with Dart Stables, Glenorchy
8 Queenstown (Hilton Queenstown)
9 Te Anau (YHA Te Anau)
10 Te Anau (YHA Te Anau)
Booked : Kayaking with Rosco
11 Leave Queenstown to Auckland
12 Auckland (Celestion Waldorf Apartment Hotels)
13 Auckland (Celestion Waldorf Apartment Hotels)
14 Auckland (Celestion Waldorf Apartment Hotels)
16 Back to Oslo