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The COOLEST THING we’ve ever Done – Adventure 35

How do you describe New Zealand? I don’t think there is anything we could put into words to give this place justice. It is insanely beautiful. Lush green vistas. Picturesque sunsets. Plentiful fish.

Upon arriving during New Zealands spring, we managed to squeeze in endless hikes throughout the Bay of Islands. A quick trip around Cape Brett and down the coast brought us to Whangarei. The place yachties come to haul their boats and do repairs. We were no exception after a long season crossing the pacific. New bottome\ paint, new sails, gelocoat repairs and so many little details needed attention.

Up next we sneak home for a much needed visit with our loved ones. Not to worry, the camera kept rolling albeit the bikinis stayed tucked in the back of the closet!

With Love,

Ben & Ashley

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