Category Archives: New Zealand 1991

How can you un-know what you know?

A 4-part report about a trip to New Zealand. -A little afterthought I once wrote down on a lonely beach in New Zealand- It was Abel Tasman who in 1642 laid eyes upon New Zealand as the first European. He … Continue reading

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New Zealand – III

A 4-part report about a trip to New Zealand. -Misty forests and lovely beaches- In the Fjordlands the rain is at its maximum. The rainforest alone is one of the most beautiful features NZ has to offer. The primeval pureness and … Continue reading

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New Zealand – II

 A 4-part report about a trip to New Zealand. -Rivers and jungle- Rivers have this perpetual magical inspiration for traveling souls: continuous motion, never ceasing, never returning, always going from somewhere to somewhere. Rivers are messengers, they tell us that there … Continue reading

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New Zealand – I

A 4-part report about a trip to New Zealand. -Another summer in winter-   When we arrived in the fall of 1991 with way too much luggage and two bicycles I bought this cute little camper. It was tiny, not … Continue reading

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