31 Days in a Campervan: Trolling Around New Zealand

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Trafford Publishing, 2007 - Travel - 152 pages
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New Zealand or to the native Maori Aotearoa - which means the Land of the Long White Cloud - is a country of almost unrivalled natural diversity. Misty mountains soar above the still waters of the fiords, lonely beaches of golden sand separate the restless ocean from deep primeval rainforests, while towering volcanoes brood above green and pastoral farmland. 31 Days in a Campervan is the story of a journey around New Zealand made during the summer of 2005. Travelling by campervan is arguably the best way to see this fascinating country and the route itself is perhaps one of the finest journeys in the World. If your love is for nature, the outdoors and the freedom of the open spaces then this is a must!

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About the author (2007)

UK based indie author Pete Buckley, hails from the picturesque village of Lymm in the English county of Cheshire. His first novel, "The Colonel of Krasnoyarsk" introduces Yuri Medev to the world while his previous works were travel stories with an outdoors theme. His first book was inspired by a trip to New Zealand in '05 while hiking and travel take up time not spent helping to look after the kids. He also contributes to a number of outdoor and mountain related blogs both as a writer and photographer.

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