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by Elaine J. Masters | Feb 16, 2010
Downtown Dunedin is packed with stately 1900’s stone architecture. With more time, I would have strolled through the Victorian train station, into several museums and done some tasting at Speights brewery.Read More
by Elaine J. Masters | Feb 15, 2010
The Maoris have a legend that their god was creating the world and scooped the rocks near the sea roughly before he created his masterpiece, Te Wahipounamu, now known as Milford Sound.Read More
by Elaine J. Masters | Feb 9, 2010
I wasn’t particularly worried as the shouted instructions came, paddle hard, ok everybody down, or when we floated very quickly through a narrow tunnel. I was startled into fear when we hit the final rapids and found myself face down in white water, my legs flyin up and out of the raft.Read More
by Elaine J. Masters | Feb 7, 2010
It’s amazing how quickly you can drive away from the urban crowds in New Zealand.Read More
Elaine J. Masters
Getting on? Let's keep going and go well! Join me for mindful journeys and unique culinary adventures along with travel tips galore. Like most of you, I travel solo often, and at other times with family and friends. Whatever way we go, my mission is to help us connect with our beautiful planet and peoples mindfully, with care and wonder.
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