Many tourists just pass through Auckland, using it as a thoroughfare to the rest of New Zealand. But the City of Sails has a lot to offer anyone who has a day or a week to spend there.
I have a new take on New York City. And it has nothing to do with bright lights, Central Parks or the tourist-ridden streets that cross over such places. I am no longer eager to see the vibrant advertisements plasters across sky-rise building in bright neon lights.
Kuala Lumpur, or KL, which translates as "Muddy Confluence, Estuary or City" is the largest city in Malaysia. It is also the capital, and even though I had only a week there, it left a good impression.
The things you can’t get on Great Barrier Island are the things that make the place so appealing. What’s to miss when no electricity means you never get a power bill? The mobile phone probably won’t work; there is no public transport, no footpaths, and no streetlights to light the...