Great Southern Land

Atlanta Journal writer takes in the sights down south, comparing the stunning vistas to precious works of art. “There’s a time for visiting hushed museums filled with masterpieces … But getting to know a new destination by walking its trails, skipping rocks across its lakes, gawking at its mountain ranges, that has its place, too. Maybe no country makes that point as powerfully as NZ … Leaving, we felt a little like the art lover who only gets one afternoon at the Louvre: So much of NZ to see, not nearly enough time.”


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The New York Times Sends the World to Northland

The New York Times Sends the World to Northland

In Northland, “cultural lessons await, as do hot springs where visitors can recharge body and soul,” according to Daniel Scheffler writing for The New York Times. The region is included in…