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On the Road

February 28, 2015

Mount CookLake Aviemore


Having taken delivery of our Kea motorhome, a huge 6-berth, we are on the road in New Zealand’s South Island.

The photograph above left is of Mount Cook or Aoraki, the country’s highest peak.

So far we have been blessed with good weather and have managed to avoid the infamous sandflies.

The scenery is spectacular and the colour palette quite different to what we see in England.

One of the things I enjoy the most about motorhoming is the ability to pull over wherever and whenever the fancy takes you.

The second photo was taken from Aviemore dam at the bottom of Lake Aviemore where we stopped for lunch and a quick stretch of the legs.

As you can see, Ian is enjoying trying out different effects with his new camera.



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  1. Anne permalink

    Fab photos. Great writing. Glad you are enjoying the trip.

    • Thanks Anne. It’s been exhilirating and exhausting at the same time. Have internet at each site from now on so will post as regularly as possible. Judith

  2. Captivating scenery.

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