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I'm a freelance writer and content creator from Auckland. I've recently returned from 6 months of travel with my family and am passionate about what I've come home to in Aotearoa. I'm here to share adventures for kids and adults who enjoy food, culture and fun. Visit my blog at rochellesewell.com

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My WeekendNotes - 10
Take the kids to Vegas; that's Rotovegas for those in the know. It's the start of an incredible family adventure, and it... [more]
There's something about an island. That 35 gentle minutes spent cruising toward Waiheke is enough to make you feel like ... [more]
Llangrannog is a small village in Western Wales. It's nestled in a little bay where gentle waves roll in all day and col... [more]
We just spent a long weekend in Raglan. It was a bit like the renewed joy of finding a primary school friend on Facebook... [more]
Birds Beach is a quiet place. Even in the height of summer. There's one house that hosts the offspring of the owner. I... [more]
Sandy Bay is one of the jewels in the crown of Northland. But on a stretch of coastline that boasts Matapouri's white ... [more]
Hope. A weekend in Christchurch and hope is what I see. Admittedly I didn't see this city at its worst, that long ye... [more]
Hawaii is more than a weekend trip. It takes eight hours to fly there from Auckland. But if you had little more than the... [more]
Salt water crocodiles measuring four metres in length. Graceful butterflies, so trusting that they land on your finger... [more]
The colourful strobe lighting that rakes the glossy ice surface is new, but the stark bleachers, the local advertising o... [more]