The South Island of New Zealand is full of wonders and World Heritage Sites. I was privileged to experience a few of them this weekend with a dear friend who "shouted" ("paid for" in Kiwi lingo) me the trip as a last hoorah before saying good-bye to this fair land we call Aotearoa.
We visited Queenstown, Fjordland National Park, and Milford Sound! The scenery is nothing short of dramatic and impressive . . .and very cold! We even went white-water rafting in the frigid waters of the Shotover River and explored the snow-capped peaks of the Remarkables (part of the Southern Alps) via helicopter! Enjoy the photos!