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  1. NEW ZEALAND: Beaches and Abandoned Buildings

    19 Dec 2014
    Luke, the son of my father’s colleague was kind enough to show my brother and I around some of Dunedin’s more unsung attractions. Al and I even jumped in the frigid ocean waters to avoid any tourist-ness. Dunedin has a lot to offer to a guy like me from its…

  2. NEW ZEALAND: Highs and Lows

    17 Dec 2014
    Living on the world’s steepest street, Baldwin Street, sure is interesting. All day, flocks of tourists come and go snapping photos for some scrapbook. I chose to remember it by conquering it by bike, which I managed to do today after a short ride at Bethune’s Gully. Yesterday at Bethune’s…

  3. NEW ZEALAND: Down in Dunedin

    15 Dec 2014
    After spending 36 hours traveling, I’m in Dunedin on the South Island. There’s something odd about landing in a country and seriously questioning what day it is. Still, we spent the day getting to know Dunedin under a beautiful blue sky. It’s Monday. We left on Saturday. RIP Sunday Obligatory…

  4. NEW ZEALAND: Packing and going back

    13 Dec 2014
    Seven and one-half years ago I was packing to join my father in Australia for three weeks before spending three more in New Zealand. Today I’m packing again for New Zealand. Below you can see the backpack I used then, left, and the one I’m stuffing today. 4 flights and…

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