Assorted photos of might Aoraki-Mount Cook, the tallest mountain in New Zealand (3724 m), including from Sealy Tarn. ©2021, The Alpine Wanderer. All Rights Reserved.
Here is a collection of photos from the Jumbo Holdsworth circuit in the Tararua Ranges. With a group of work colleagues and friends, I hiked up to Powell hutt, which overlooks Masterton and the Wairarapa. It's a really cool place with amazing views and striking sunsets. Unfortunately I caught a chill so couldn't reach the... Continue Reading →
My Melbourne trip also took me to St Kilda beach (stopping by Luna Park), past laneway street art, and through Queen Victoria markets. All in all a very stereotypical set of activities for Melbourne. ©2020, The Alpine Wanderer. All Rights Reserved.
While in Melbourne, I also visited the amazing National Gallery of Victoria, the State Library of Victoria with its famous La Trobe reading room, and the Shrine of Remembrance. ©2020, The Alpine Wanderer. All Rights Reserved.
Over the New Year break, I visited Melbourne for five days. This was my first visit to the city about which I had heard so much praise; after all, Melbourne consistently ranks among the best cities in the world to visit and live in. By sheer luck, I avoided the smoke from the ongoing terrible... Continue Reading →