Thursday, 22 August 2013

South Island: Farewell Spit

These photos were all taken at the top of the South Island around a secluded little beach front town called Puponga, which is nestled in at the start of the Farewell Spit. The rock formation you see in Cape Farewell. Staying here was probably one of the highlights of our South Island trip. People rush up here on tourist buses to drive along the Farewell Spit, but they miss out on this beautiful little beach. That's probably a good thing, because it is so peaceful and secluded, and if the tourists knew how beautiful this place is it wouldn't be the same. XMolly


  1. so beautiful over there. i hate it when one place become too crowded and too popular. like it's lost its magic. hha.

    and that's a peacock there???

  2. Wow - what an absolutely lovely place and beautiful captures you were able to get. I especially love that giant rock with the opening and waves crashing into it. I bet it was so relaxing to just be there.

  3. So pretty, and I'm totally imagining myself on the beach right now. It's the perfect time of day to be there too. :)

    Thanks for linking up to Super Sunday Sync!


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