This is a book that gives a personal account of a five week journey around New Zealand. It describes travelling through primeval rainforests and vineyards, passing glaciers and bathing in boiling mud, visiting lonely golden beaches and brooding volcanoes. Not only is it a country of stunning scenery but it is also a country that gives you an overwhelmingly friendly welcome. There are tips and anecdotes for would be travellers but also a humorous account of a journey for armchair travellers. It is a journey that extends from the Bay of Islands in the north of North Island, to Milford and Doubtful Sounds in the south west of South Island. It unravels some of New Zealand's unique complex history and heritage, but is also about ordinary people and their achievements in making New Zealand the fabulous destination it is today. It is a journey that also can't fail to appeal to any lover of nature. The text is supported by sketches from the author's original photographs.
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