We’ve made it to New Zealand and without trying to sound deliberately cheesy, it’s blowing our minds.
Our journey so far has seen us arriving in Queenstown in the South Island (Te Waipounamu) and riding out into the Central Otago wilderness.
We visited the magic of Fiordland and pedalled into the land of good buggers in Southland.
This was recorded this a few days ago on Rakiura or Stewart Island – a beautiful blip of land at the southern tip of Aotearoa.
Life in New Zealand is expensive but we’ve been loving tucking into the Jaffa Thins and meat pies and covering our eyes when it comes to doing the budget.
Being tourists in our own country is a weird experience, especially when it comes to taking local advice from a French guy sleeping in the back of an old van.
Arriving into Queenstown
Cycling Walter Peak to Mavora Lakes
Milford Sound and Western Southland
Tour de Rakiura
The Riding Has Been Superb