Teaser #1 Beach mood :)
Only 4 days to go... Should be packing BIG TIME! Instead, I felt like... Beach mood. :D
You know this feeling when you just got out of the water after a good swim and the sun caresses your skin until you dry? Yes, it IS amazing!
I love summer. I love beaches. I love water around me. So here is one of my top favourites in New Zealand.
The place is called Torrent Bay, it is located in the Abel Tasman National Park on the South Island. People usually go there to enjoy solitude in the nature and backpack for several days. I think it is one of the most beautiful places in the world! And you hardly cross anyone but fish and birds. Amazing colours, breathtaking wilderness, amazing white sand beaches.
You have to cross the bay by foot during a limited period of time when it is low tide to get to this amazing, absolutely spectacular and isolated little paradise. No road access, no electricity, just the nature and you. And pure blue-green turquoise dreamland.
Easy option: You can get there by boat as well if you are not up for a big walk and carrying all your things in your backpack. :)
It is a pretty exciting trip to reach the other end of the bay as you are not sure how big the distance really is when you enter it descending from the surrounding hills and you are also not exactly sure how much time you have got left until the bay fills up again with water, especially at dawn. :) Will you make it in time? Or will you get stuck in the middle of the water? The excitement and the picturesque surrounding gives you a boost of adrenalin and at the same time fills your heart with peace and joy.
You just never want to leave again...
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