We all have these photos … throwback photos!
It’s described as ‘nostalgia-inducing pictures … from a different era of your life”.
Every Thursday we will throw a photo of ‘way back when’ on our blog. Why on a Thursday? Because it’s just a day away from the weekend … and we love weekends!
You are welcome to join in or just enjoy the photo (#TB Thursday).
Oh, we know that 2019 is not that long ago at all … but still, sometimes it feels like a lifetime ago that we visited New Zealand.
We have a series of New Zealand posts on our blog, but today we just want to share a couple of photos of a really beautiful place we visited back in March 2019.
Cathedral Cove (North Island, New Zealand)
Cathedral Cove is one of the ‘must visit’ sites in the southern part of Mercury Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Cathedral Cove (Te Whanganui-A-Hei)
This famous rock/cave formation has been carved by rough seas over centuries and is located right on the edge of the ocean.
Usually this little beach is packed with tourists, but we were lucky to find only a few people wandering around … probably because our visit was pretty close to the end of summer.
The view at the top Cathedral Cove lookout
You can read about our visit to Cathedral Cove (and Hot Water Beach) here.