That’s it. The New Zealand adventure is over. From initial 365 days I stretched it out up to 512, legally, with no regrets. Now it’s the time to sum up my Working Holiday experience and ask what New Zealand gave me and what took away…
Back in civilization, with all its pleasures, and with all its struggles, too. Back with questions to be answered, with problems to be solved. Don’t you know how? Neither do I. Don’t try.
After visiting some hot spots on the South Island I figured it would be nice to get away from the New Zealand summer crowds. Yet I couldn’t think that Rakiura by its Maori name, Stewart Island in the colonized language, will provide such a remarkable escape from the civilized world.
Hi, I am Jiri and I am a tourist. At the moment I am touristing New Zealand but when I grow up I would like to be a traveler. This is a story of a traveling tourist, and a touristing traveler.
The cherry season in Cromwell is over. That means only one thing, the Working part of my Working Holiday visa is finished. As well as all working in 2017. The Holiday mode is on.
Winter is gone. Spring almost too. And as you are now correctly guessing, long expected summer time is finally on. It’s also the time to answer the calling of the South Island…
Today is a special day. Today, one year ago, I left my country for the journey of a lifetime.