Sailing Around The World

Getting Back to Blogging and Bungy Jumping NZ

Well I hope you enjoyed your winter back home. I took a break from blogging and enjoyed all the wonderful thing to do in New Zealand and wonderful people that I have made friends with. I have for the past 5 months been tramping “AKA hiking” through New Zealnd and work endlessly on Dragonsbane. I have hiked through beautiful New Zealand mountian ranges, desserts, swamps, rivers, and mud. I have drunk the New Zealand wine and eaten the lamb. Driven on the wrong said of the road, swam in the hot springs, dipped my toes in the cool clear freash waters with my ass in the sand, bungy jumped off of a 440 foot edge and returned to tell about. Yes New Zealand is a high adventure play ground with great poelpe and endless things to do or see. But I am ready to pull anchor and sail off to my next great adventure. I will get back into my blog grove by make a goal of three blogs a week. As you know all passages will have daily blogs for everybody to follow.



Now how about I jump!

The worlds third biggest bungy jump by 134 meters or 440 feet high called the Nevis.

The worlds third biggest bungy jump by 134 meters or 440 feet high called the Nevis.

4 responses

  1. Christine

    Great to have met you and your mum and dad. Enjoy the rest of your travels which I sure you will and keep safe on those waters. Come back to NZ soon. Cheers Christine (Jade’s mum)

    March 23, 2014 at 8:17 am

    • Thanks, it was wonderful meeting you and Guy. Thank you both for your hospitality. If you ever come to the state in area you have a home!

      April 9, 2014 at 2:46 am

  2. Hello! The winter is so long I can’t even begin to tell you. I think we will go into next winter from this one because I can’t imagine when all of this snow is ever going to melt. Many, many feet leflt in my yard. I am so happy you are back to blogging. We read them all even though you don’t always hear from us. I will travel with you through your blogs as I am sure I will never get out there. The warmth looks so inviting. It was -10 degrees this morning. However, I could never bungy jump at all so I will let you do that alone. Scarry!! Happy to hear you are having so many adventures and fun. Enjoy and be careful. Safe sailing. Keep in touch. Paula

    March 24, 2014 at 2:21 pm

    • I hope to really get back into the swing of blogging and share with family and friends. Hope all is well in the U.P.

      April 9, 2014 at 2:48 am