There is one word to describe our month house sitting in Darwin – HOT! Nevertheless we had a great time.
Looking for a house sitter? These tips will help get you started and ensure you secure the best sitter possible.
Inspiration for travel can come from many sources. Read our reflection on how we have been inspired to travel.
Destination Devonport! What awaited us was a bit of a surprise in this North Shore suburb of Auckland.
All you need is love, on Waiheke Island! And we certainly fell in love with this island paradise.
House sitting can be very emotional. Tears of joy and sadness as well as many other emotions are all part of this lifestyle.
We submitted a contribution to stuff.co.nz about living in New Zealand and our house sitting experience. We are stoked to report that it has been published.
We were the first customers of Escape Rooms New Zealand. Boy was it challenging and it really tested us and at times we thought we would never escape.
Another escape room adventure, this time in Auckland CBD. Cyber Crime was technology based that provided an unexpected ending for us.
We have been on the road for 100 days. To celebrate, we created a video story of ‘some’ of our adventures. Who knows where the next 100 days will lead us?
A month long house sit in Palmerston North – a city located in the bottom of the North Island, New Zealand. Rocket the Golden Retriever was a great companion that kept us company during many, many wet days.
Three weeks in Dunedin turned out to be quite a pleasant surprise. From museums to excellent food, we had a great time exploring the city and minding Nathaniel the cat!
With a free week between our Christchurch and Dunedin house sits we decided to spend a few days up at Hamner Springs.
Another escape room experience – The Traveller at Escape Room Dunedin
Our first housesit – taking care of three chickens in Opawa, Christchurch. A month full of exploration, movies and adventure.
Our first international escape room – The Mysterious Log Cabin by Escape Artists in Christchurch
While recording the catastrophic events of the 2019–20 Australian bushfires, Matt was followed by a film crew who captured the effect of the fires on the people and the country.
Enjoy free screenings of the documentary on:
🎬 Thur 8 Oct 1 pm & 5.30 pm
🎬 Sat 10 Oct 2 pm & 3 pm
🎬 Tue 13 Oct 1 pm & 5.30 pm
Bookings are essential: https://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/events/capturing-change
Presented in partnership with Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas.