Continuing on my Photo Friday post last week, New Zealand Dreaming, I’d like to invite to continue our photographic journeys together through New Zealand’s South Island. This week, we travel from Mount Cook through to Queenstown, and we head towards Milford Sound, one of New Zealand’s premiere tourist attraction.
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Back to New Zealand again this week to highlight one of my favorite part of the journey there, the famed Milford Sound.
The 3-4 hour bus ride from Queenstown was quite eventful, with numerous photo stops along the way. We passed by the Mirror Lakes, Te Anau and went through Homer’s Tunnel before finally reaching the Milford harbor. It was definitely a great sight to be sure, but I do wish we had more time to spend there through the night, kayaking, snorkeling and the likes. There were also seals (and sometimes dolphins, but we didn’t get to see any) lazily tanning away on a piece of rock by the side. Wished we could have swam with them, but then again I got to that in Kaikoura. Another time another story!