My blogger friend from across the ditch, Red Nomad OZ, is proposing this!
Too exciting, isn't it?? Here's how to play!!
- Pick ONE POST that showcases something travel related from your blog
- Submit details in the linky below with
a) a short description putting the COUNTRY first (eg OZ – UFO Capital of the World)
b) a link to the POST* (eghttp://rednomadoz.blogspot.com/2010/04/favourite-place-1-wycliffe-well.html)
- Comment me – is this experiment worth continuing?
- Spread the word - follow me OR tweet it OR email the link OR facebook it!
- Spread the love – visit as many other participants as you can. Follow/leave comments as you wish!!
I wasn't sure what post to pick, in the end I thought that I really want to promote New Zealand, especially the South Island, so I am copying this, just photos really... the place doesn't need much words.
This highland lake (710 meters - 2300 feet) is in the heart of the
Mackenzie District, South Island, New Zealand.
The name Tekapo is Maori and it probably means: Taka (sleeping mat) and
Finely ground rock in the glacial melted waters give
a beautifully unique turquoise color. Lake Tekapo
The monument to the working shepherd dog.
The Church of the Good Shepherd, the first church built in the Mackenzie Basin (1935).
Possibly one of the most photographed churches in New Zealand, it features an altar window that frames stunning views of the lake and mountains.
Photos by Alessandra Zecchini ©