This week I went on a little road trip around the central North Island of New Zealand. If you follow my instagram, you’d be able to see some of the photos that I took.
I finally got home on Monday afternoon. My mum was waiting in the airport and I was stuck behind these slow walkers…I was yelling (in my head) hurry up – because I could see her but these people were just dawdling along.
Tomorrow I am going home for a holiday.
I am honestly super, duper excited and can’t believe how fast this time has gone.
Fashion is my favourite thing on earth. Truth be told, I have got a bit lazy lately with Fashion posts, but I just find that sometimes I get too much fashion focused and I end up buying too much stuff on Asos.
It feels weird knowing that I probably won’t be going back to my childhood home to live. I know it’s part of adulthood. I just feel like I’ve made a mistake. I think it’s those little things I miss. For example, being able to talk to mum and dad whenever I feel like it. Having a comfortable bed. ‘Talking’ to the dog. The beach. The house.
Whoa. What a busy weekend I’ve had. So glad I took annual leave for tomorrow. Today my sister and her boyfriend came from Tauranga to visit us in Rotorua.
I write this as I sit on the couch, drinking a cup of tea and almost nodding off. I’m super tired because I had a terrible sleep last night and we’ve had a really busy day. But what a day! Rotorua is officially one of my favourite places to visit in NZ.
My mum, dad and myself road tripped down to Rotorua yesterday afternoon.
Yesterday was Friday. Finally. I love the weekend. I don’t want to wish my life away by being like ‘I can’t wait for the weekend’ all the time. But Friday is by far my favourite day of the week.
Today I went out and explored my home city. It is so nice being able to just wander around and look at everything. Normally it’s head down, walk fast (not quite..but you get the gist) to get to my destination.
This morning I woke up and realised that I’m only going to be living in this city for 4 months…better get a good feed (of delicious sushi) and wander the downtown area while I can. I love living in a city that is so close to water. I have been by the water for my whole life and it is something I have taken for granted. 2 minute walk to the beach, an hours drive to west coast beaches, water wise at Lake Pupuke. We are really so lucky to live in such a beautiful, free country.
So, without further ado (I love that saying) here is my post about a favourite part of my favourite big, little city = Auckland.