New Zealand is known as the long white cloud and at any given time of the day this proves true. the image on the right is new years day at 12:05 am just after the fire works went off at the needle. The countries main business is tourism and everywhere you go the towns and cities are geared just for that. A place with many activities for every level of fun, excitement where they share their knowledge of the culture.
There's something for everyone in New Zealand and I have been fortunate to see a small part of it!
On the right is a continually active volcano named White Island. At any given time of the day clouds of smoke and or ash can be seen rising from it.
While in Picton we did some diving on the Mikhail Lermotov, a russian crusie ship which sunk about 25 years ago in the Marlborough sound. Resting on her starboard side and a max depth of 30 meters, it's one of the largest wrecks accessible for recreational divers! We also had our chance to collect scallops, but I was the only one to eat sea urchin
(uni for the sushi lovers!)
Bellow is a view of the city on our arrival to Auckland.
Night time was a great moment to get an image of the needle however and my favorite time to get pictures of the city!
The art museum above with a bus coming by.
Bellow is a display inside the art museum called the mirror box.