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This is my new local beach in NZ now, having moved over from the evermore hustle and bustle of Hibiscus Coast. Most of the West Coast beaches are dangerous to…

Just moved house so got behind with finishing these blogs posts off lol. The evening sun have some gorgeous lighting, combined with the soft haze from the ocean…

We are now back in warm and sunny NZ, but I’m playing catchup on these blog posts now lol. Managed to find another slightly different angle of the Golden Gate…

We stayed in Hotel Vertigo in SF, the one that featured in the Hitchcock movie of the same name, starring James Stewart. It had two amazing stairwells that went…

We only spent a couple of days in San Fran, on our way home to NZ, so I thought I’d split up the blog into three parts, as I think I got enough interesting…

I always try and get a window seat when its a daytime flight as I’m always amazing by what you can see and snap from the air. I guess they are kinda like drone…

Our second to last day today and another sunny and crisp day here. We caught the 800 bus from town out to Montmorency Falls. In winter a lot of the facilities…

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas..” as the song goes. Rue du Petit Champlain in the lower old town of Old Quebec City is probably as Christmassy as…

With a sunny day and consequently very cold day on our hands we decided to explore the lower town. This section of old town is sandwiched between the shores of…

We had some snow overnight and then again in the late afternoon today. So most of the ice had been covered, plus the local authorities tackled the icy…

Old Quebec City, a World Heritage UNESCO site, had some unusual weather today. At least for me. Steady freezing rain all day made staying upright and vertical a…

Our final day in Montreal gave us some clear blue skies and sun, but was still -30c in the wind, so we decided to visit the Insectarium and Botanical Gardens up…

After the snow storm the temps in Montreal with wind chills were around -30c. It was a real struggle to keep shooting for long without my fingers going numb in…

The day the snowstorm arrived. Blizzard conditions and -20c forced most Montrealers to stay home or in the underground city. But not us, the tourists, no. We…

I’m not normally speechless about building interiors, but this one got me. The Basilica de Notre Dame in Old Town Montreal is simply breathtaking to behold.…

With temps as low as -22c it certainly is a another level of cold compared to Toronto. It presents something of a challenge trying to wear gloves, stay warm and…

Today was our last in Toronto, as we headed towards the colder and more wintery Montreal. It starting snowing at Toronto airport and they had to de-ice the…

Second to last day in Toronto featured a light sprinkling of snow overnight, so we visited some more of Old Toronto, featuring the Gooderham Flatiron building…
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