Novel set in 1960s Frankfurt, looking back to WW2
Impressions of New Zealand’s South Island
Location(s): New Zealand
Era(s): present day
New Zealand is one of the world’s most remote countries. Perhaps that’s what makes it so enticing to visit. Well, that and her jaw-dropping scenery, incredible Kiwi hospitality and list of possible adventures longer than a bungy jump cord.
This is one place you’ll want to savor, one island at a time. That’s why this book just includes 54 enlightening and entertaining impressions about the South Island. Soak up the scenery and adventure sports in and around Queenstown—possibly one of Mother Nature’s finest masterpieces. Give into temptation in the Otago region and try the local wines or your hand at gold panning. Travel down to Te Anau for an up-close look at the Southern Alps and the incomparable Fiordland National Park. Experience the warmth of the city of Nelson, one of the country’s sunniest spots. Then set sail or tramp through Abel Tasman National Park, the Tasman District and the picture postcard Marlborough Sounds.
“Impressions of New Zealand’s South Island” is the fifth volume in the travel book series, “A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Characters™.” The authors continue to travel the world and share their personal reflections in their unique style. They give a modern twist to the well-known phrase, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Each of their impressions features a captivating original photograph and a story that’s exactly 1,000 characters long.
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