New Zealand: @GayWhistler Travels with Apple Watch

Apple Watch Review

New Zealand: @GayWhistler Travels with Apple Watch

Traveling with Apple Watch – a practical product review review by Dean Nelson @GayWhistler The Apple Watch is now just over two months old and I was fortunate enough to be one of the first to use it everyday to determine if the smart wearable devise is worth the investment and hype. Is the Apple Watch … Continued

Every Day a Different Journey - New Zealand | photo by: Dean Nelson (GayWhistler) shot on GoPro 4 Silver Surfer

New Zealand: Every day a Different Journey

article by Dean Nelson @GayWhistler PART 2 OF 2 Every day a Different Journey There is one thing to be said about jet leg it allows you to get up and going first thing in the morning. In my case, I knew I would wake up early so the night prior I had stopped at … Continued

GayWhistler at Hobbiton

New Zealand: An Unexpected Journey

article by Dean Nelson @GayWhistler PART 1 OF 2 An Unexpected Journey to Middle Earth I really enjoyed my flight with Air New Zealand from Vancouver to Auckland, non stop on their Boeing 777-200. I arrived in plenty of time to YVR – Vancouver International and was greeted by a friendly smiling face behind the … Continued

Stay Green: How to Master Eco-Friendly Travel

Stay Green: How to Master Eco-Friendly Travel A vacation is a time of relaxation, exploration, and all-round merriment. However, our stress-free vacation can have a great impact on everyone and everything around us, especially the environment. However, the good news is that there are ways that you can reduce your carbon footprint without having to … Continued

Southern Discovery in New Zealand

An unexpected journey to say the least, Traveling to the land of kiwi, off my bucket list, With the land of majestic, natural, reserved beauty, It brought tears in eyes, how little we actually see. I recalled us taking the much needed time out, From our hectic, bustling life, enough to constantly make us shout, … Continued

New Zealand’s Cave of Stars

The most awe-inspiring place I ever visited was the Waitomo Glowworm Cave, which lies beneath the rolling green hills in the Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand. There are 300 known limestone caves in this area, but only three of them are open to the public. To me the Glowworm Cave is … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel