Back in Europe for almost a month and Australia already seems a little bit like a distant dream. As cheesy as it sounds, it is kind of a scary feeling, and with my tan fading and all the TimTams eaten up what’s left are thousands of photos and a wonderful group of friends spread all across Europe and Australia. I took a little break of posting photos on here, it really just took me a while to get to the point where I could edit photos without becoming a little (a lot) too melancholic. But I found some time over the past week, and because I am already working on my thesis the most productive way to spend my time procrastinating is to post new photos from New Zealand, and Melbourne, and Sydney and all the other beautiful places I was so lucky to explore.

After Queenstown, Cora and I traveled up the West coast of New Zealand. We spent a lazy day at the lake in stunning Wanaka, watched the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen in my life in Punakaiki (so beautiful I felt like trying to take photos of it would never do it any justice), walked around the strangely industrial streets of Westport and then, having been left behind by Cora, I spent a wonderful and exhausting day hiking in Abel Tasman National Park before catching the ferry to Wellington. More photos will follow soon.

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