Ahhh, only two more installments left. Thanks for all the kind words of support I’ve received about this series. It really did just start with an innocent tweet during #TNI, and it snowballed into a 10 week photo series. I’ve really enjoyed putting it together, and I can’t promise there won’t be a second 100 Things I Love about Travel somewhere down the line.
But until then, it’s your turn to come up with your own list. What is it that gets you going? What is it that you love about getting out on the road? I’d love to hear about it, so comment below, or write your own post and link it here.
Feel free to go back through the rest of the series to refresh your mind.
18. Salt Flats
17. Being treated like family on the holidays
16. Shady bridges
13. Fresh Seafood from a Beach Vendor
12. Patagonian Winds
11. Too Many Drinks on One Table
10. Bungee Jumping
You’ll notice there are no picture of the actual bungee jump itself as my lovely wife was more nervous than I and didn’t snap any pictures as I was doing it. It was an incredible experience, and even though I had bungeed before, doing it from 400+ feet was insane. Highly recommended if you’re in Queenstown, New Zealand.
As always, we have another video for you today. This one comes from New Zealand again, from our time in Rotorua. We went to a Maori Hangi (barbecue/dinner/show) and were treated to several cultural shows. This video is of the famous New Zealand Haka, a cultural dance that was made famous by the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team.