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Paul Theroux

Category: Oceania

Te Waipounamu 🇳🇿

From Wellington, arguably the most spectacular ferry journey takes you across the Cook Strait to Picton on South Island.  Known from mythology as Te Waka a Maui (‘Maui’s Canoe’) the official name

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Te Ika-a-Māui 🇳🇿

According to Māori mythology, the North and South Islands of New Zealand arose through the actions of the demigod Māui. Māui and his brothers were fishing from their canoe (the South Island) when he caught a

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The Aussie Road Trip pt. I 🇦🇺

Jon: So. Australia… We all know it’s a big, country, almost 4,000 kilometers from East to West, one state is as big as the whole of Western Europe, millions of hectares of

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