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Hi, I'm Angela, the Brunette!

 

Welcome to The Brunette Travels. A travel blog where I share adventures, experiences, food and culture in hope to inspire likeminded wanderlusters to travel!

 

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I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list

Welcome to The Brunette Travels.

 

I'm a kiwi girl who was bitten by the  travel bug and diagnosed with a severe case of incurable wanderlust.

I started this travel blog to share globetrotting adventures in hope to inspire likeminded wanderlusters.

 

Enjoy!

 

September 1, 2017

The West Coast of New Zealand's South Island is known as Te Wāi Pounamu – ‘The greenstone waters’. The 2.6 million hectares is a UNESCO World Heritage site and covers almost 10% of New Zealand’s total land area. The area contains four National Parks: Westland Tai Pouti...

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