Triumph of Nature

Cairo magazine writer admires NZ’s greatest natural resource – the landscape itself – in a hiking tour of NZ. “Once we finally got [to the old mining town] it was easy to imagine what it had once looked like, with all the romantic and fanciful notions that such a place would bring to mind. Large trees had grown into areas they shouldn’t have been in, reclaiming their land and making it feel like a ghost town.”


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Visiting New Zealand’s Oldest City Dunedin

Visiting New Zealand’s Oldest City Dunedin

“Dunedin has long had a reputation in New Zealand as the country’s avant garde student haven, a gritty post-industrial city now home to artists, musicians, academics and more than a handful…