Photos you take on your iPhone when you’re stuck in a car for 2500kms

2500kms. Picton, Palmerston North, Rotorua, Kawhia, Tauranga, Wellington, Havelock and Hanmer Springs. A ton of family members and friends. Rad Christmas presents. Two fender benders. One very dented car. A tired, well travelled Pomeranian. Endless glasses of wine and beer, too many late nights.

That my friends, is how we spent the last 14 days.

I present to you, a collection of iPhone photos for your enjoyment – or displeasure.

Picton to Wellington on the Bluebridge Ferry travelling with The Food Nest NZ

Leaving Picton – I spent 3.5 hours over a bucket. Pretty sure no one enjoyed my “look I’m spewing help me” Snapchats


An open fire and a bright idea




Smoked fish – the best kind of fish

Kawhia The Food Nest

We brought this wok for Casey’s dad for Christmas – it’s 65cms round and cooks the best feed ever

Pup passed out after a hard night of camping


Windy Wellington – literally

The Food Nest NZ travels New Zealand - Windy Wellington


Blogger Kasey and Co and blogger The Food Nest NZ New Years Eve

New Years fun with my babe – thank you for tolerating my craziness for 3 whole days


Ceviche with Horseradish Cream from The Captains Daughter in Havelock. The mussel capital of NZ that had run out of mussels – I know…I know…

Dinner at The Captains Daughter in Havelock New Zealand The Food Nest NZ

Followed by a Halloumi and Pear Salad

The Food Nest NZ travels New Zealand - Hanmer Springs

OH LOOK – SUN. About the only time we saw it on holiday, thanks Hanmer

Happy new year pals. Make 2017 a good one.


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