Queenstown : First Solo trip🤟🏽
Lost for words on how to describe my trip but let’s just say … when you have the chance to travel I highly recommend to visit Queenstown if you haven’t already! Met so many amazing people along the way and I’m just glad I did it solo! It’s fun solo🤪 Cheers to many more adventurous trips & vodka & red bulls from @cowboys_qtown 🍻 She said adrenaline junkie and Miss Independent hahah🥴.
Stayed with @aqhostel & @qtqueenstown (S/O to QT for the free room upgrade, surely another upgrade next time👀😍) Although I didn’t get my carrot peeler the knife did the job😂😂
May have to make another video with more of me talking (vlogging style) just couldn’t fit them in this short video haha.
S/O to me for being that bitch out here making it happen, crossing things off my bucket list as I go!
Milford Sound South Island
25th November 2019
Trailfinders Newcastle planned my 5 week adventure with an excellent itinerary and advice from my darling daughter to include some highly recommended day trips including this 13 hour trip to Milford Sound. Despite its name Milford Sound is actually a fiord, not a sound. Milford Sound is a jewel of the Fiordland National Park and well worth the 10 hour coach journey and 3 hour boat trip.
On the way to MS we made several photo stops at iconic locations along with all other coach outings.
Image 1. Eglinton Valley
Image 2. Mirror Lakes sits with Eglinton valley reflections of Earl mountain range.
Image 3 Knobs Flat also with Eglinton valley and just before entering Homer Tunnel which took 19 years to build and opened in 1954. Before the tunnel was built there was no road access to MS.
Image 4 is the start of the boat trip, the mountain range in the background sits Homer tunnel.
Images 5,6 & 8 beautiful scenery from within the Sound.
Image 7 is the end of the Sound and start of the Tasman Sea, next stop is Argentina!!!
Image 9 NZ Fur Seals also known as Antarctic Fur Seals.
Image 10 on our way back to the boat terminal looking back towards Tasman Sea.
This was a fabulous at out and the Coach was superb with massive side windows and roof virtually all glass. Allowing to see the magnificent scenery from all angles. Big thank you to Real Journeys, Queenstown.