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  • Dan Marino 🐬🐬🐬
  • Dan Marino 🐬🐬🐬
  •  16  2  33 minutes ago

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  • This past week we jumped on a ferry boat and headed to the north island of NZ and enjoyed a night in Wellington. The ferry ride was beautiful and we even saw some very happy jumping dolphins!
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Wellington is known as the greatest little city in the world! We sure loved this place and spend some quality time with some great people. 
Perfect 👌⛰🛳 🌊☀️🐬
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See more in our stories / highlights 🤗😘
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#northisland #newzealand #adventuretime #globetrotter #optoutside #huyearoftravel #wellington #explore #citytime
  • This past week we jumped on a ferry boat and headed to the north island of NZ and enjoyed a night in Wellington. The ferry ride was beautiful and we even saw some very happy jumping dolphins!
    .
    Wellington is known as the greatest little city in the world! We sure loved this place and spend some quality time with some great people.
    Perfect 👌⛰🛳 🌊☀️🐬
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    See more in our stories / highlights 🤗😘
    .
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    #northisland #newzealand #adventuretime #globetrotter #optoutside #huyearoftravel #wellington #explore #citytime
  •  13  0  1 hour ago
  • 안냐세여 형 누나들 양치기 소년 네블입니다 사실 제가 양치기 장인입니다
  • 안냐세여 형 누나들 양치기 소년 네블입니다 사실 제가 양치기 장인입니다
  •  40  2  2 hours ago
  • 이름은 나무 한그루 공원인데 진짜 한그루는 아님 ㅇㅇ🌳
  • 이름은 나무 한그루 공원인데 진짜 한그루는 아님 ㅇㅇ🌳
  •  50  3  2 hours ago
  • Posed v Real-Life 😉
  • Posed v Real-Life 😉
  •  84  3  2 hours ago
  • Beautiful day, hope it’s not too choppy out there!
  • Beautiful day, hope it’s not too choppy out there!
  •  12  2  2 hours ago
  • Leaving them on the first day is always the worst! 🤣🤣🤣
  • Leaving them on the first day is always the worst! 🤣🤣🤣
  •  14  2  2 hours ago
  • Never felt so tall in all my life 🌻
  • Never felt so tall in all my life 🌻
  •  51  4  3 hours ago
  • 📗🦖🍋🦠🧪
  • 📗🦖🍋🦠🧪
  •  26  6  3 hours ago
  • Since I’ve been asked several times now, this is the coolest thing we did in New Zealand ➡️ I knew as soon as we started planning our road trip that I wanted to see the glow worms near Rotorua, but ideally not in a crowded guided tour sorta way. I remembered seeing an old friend’s Instagram post a while back, describing a state park with a waterfall you could hike to to see the little guys on your own—you just had to get there before the park closed, hike, and wait for dark. I didn’t know if this was a sure (every night) thing or more of a gamble, but we decided to try. We drove the hour to the park, explored a bit, hiked to the waterfall and then hung out, waiting for the sun to set. Shortly after it did, the glow worms started to appear—first just a few, and then eventually tens of thousands, everywhere. (Last pic stolen from the internet, because mine don’t do it justice.) The hike back down was like walking through the night sky, surrounded by tiny, aqua-colored stars. It was magic. It was also proof that sometimes my @instagram addiction can be used for good 😏 BTW: While in the park we found graffiti that said “nice place for a bang” and, according to reddit, this park is also a popular place in which to dump a dead body—so hey, lots of reasons to check it out!
  • Since I’ve been asked several times now, this is the coolest thing we did in New Zealand ➡️ I knew as soon as we started planning our road trip that I wanted to see the glow worms near Rotorua, but ideally not in a crowded guided tour sorta way. I remembered seeing an old friend’s Instagram post a while back, describing a state park with a waterfall you could hike to to see the little guys on your own—you just had to get there before the park closed, hike, and wait for dark. I didn’t know if this was a sure (every night) thing or more of a gamble, but we decided to try. We drove the hour to the park, explored a bit, hiked to the waterfall and then hung out, waiting for the sun to set. Shortly after it did, the glow worms started to appear—first just a few, and then eventually tens of thousands, everywhere. (Last pic stolen from the internet, because mine don’t do it justice.) The hike back down was like walking through the night sky, surrounded by tiny, aqua-colored stars. It was magic. It was also proof that sometimes my @instagram addiction can be used for good 😏 BTW: While in the park we found graffiti that said “nice place for a bang” and, according to reddit, this park is also a popular place in which to dump a dead body—so hey, lots of reasons to check it out!
  •  23  1  3 hours ago
  • 🏀 Never been much of a baller 🏀 72A Meander Drive video up now, get around it!!! Shout out to @paigesmith_evesrealty for actually getting it in!! 🏡
  • 🏀 Never been much of a baller 🏀 72A Meander Drive video up now, get around it!!! Shout out to @paigesmith_evesrealty for actually getting it in!! 🏡
  •  103  13  4 hours ago
  • White Island is a fascinating volcanic island that rises 321m above sea level and lies 48km off the east coast of the Bay of Plenty. 🌋⁣
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The Island has built up over the last 150,000 years and continues to grow today as it belches mud and emits steam on a constant basis. ⁣
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In the early 1900's people tried to utilise this incredibly desolate landscape as a sulphur mine before later abandoning the attempt due to a mining disaster that saw 10 men killed in a landslide thanks to the unstable conditions on the island.⁣
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Nowadays the island is only used as a tourist attraction and for scientific research purposes, there area number of boat and helicopter tours that visit the island on a daily basis, most departing from the city of Whakatane. 🚁
  • White Island is a fascinating volcanic island that rises 321m above sea level and lies 48km off the east coast of the Bay of Plenty. 🌋⁣

    The Island has built up over the last 150,000 years and continues to grow today as it belches mud and emits steam on a constant basis. ⁣

    In the early 1900's people tried to utilise this incredibly desolate landscape as a sulphur mine before later abandoning the attempt due to a mining disaster that saw 10 men killed in a landslide thanks to the unstable conditions on the island.⁣

    Nowadays the island is only used as a tourist attraction and for scientific research purposes, there area number of boat and helicopter tours that visit the island on a daily basis, most departing from the city of Whakatane. 🚁
  •  95  2  4 hours ago