This northern tip of Te Waipounamu (South Island of New Zealand) is one of the main entry points to Marlborough, the country’s largest wine region, noted for producing intense, aromatic sauvignon blanc, but is now just as celebrated for outstanding chardonnay and pinot noir.
Author: Jacqui Gibson
The Cook Islands – a stunning archipelago of 15 primary islands in the South Pacific – has re-opened. Until fairly recently, couples, honeymooners and travelers seeking a sun-soaked getaway to the main tourist hotspots of Rarotonga and Aitutaki had to follow a string of Covid health and safety rules. With […]
“Jay and the family were here just this Christmas,” Adrian Levy says cheerfully, opening the front door of the Owner’s Cottage to let us in. As we walk into the villa’s Virginia Fisher-styled lounge room, he explains: “They come to Kauri Cliffs every year and stay right here. I mean, […]