The Kristin’s Backpack Show Episode 3: Local Traveling

We made it to New Zealand!  My first trip to Australasia.  It’s been great fun so far, especially if you get to see me battle with these fierce winds and constant changes in weather within one day!

Live from Brown’s Bay in Auckland, with Rangitoto Island in the background, I decided to finally film Episode 3.  I briefly dive into two ideas of “local traveling.”  Have a look!

 

One Response to The Kristin’s Backpack Show Episode 3: Local Traveling
  1. fergusonsarah
    December 15, 2011 | 3:30 pm

    I think you really had fun with your visit in New Zealand! The video is great! Thanks for sharing your experience there.

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The Kristin’s Backpack Show Episode 3: Local Traveling

We made it to New Zealand!  My first trip to Australasia.  It’s been great fun so far, especially if you get to see me battle with these fierce winds and constant changes in weather within one day!

Live from Brown’s Bay in Auckland, with Rangitoto Island in the background, I decided to finally film Episode 3.  I briefly dive into two ideas of “local traveling.”  Have a look!

 

One Response to The Kristin’s Backpack Show Episode 3: Local Traveling
  1. fergusonsarah
    December 15, 2011 | 3:30 pm

    I think you really had fun with your visit in New Zealand! The video is great! Thanks for sharing your experience there.

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Kristin’s Backpack won 1st Prize for TESL Ontario’s 2011 ESL Week Blog Contest.
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Welcome to Kristin’s Backpack! I jumped on the blogging bandwagon in 2010 to share my Canadian-theatrical-backpacking perspective on my world adventures. With my return to Canada, I will continue to dig into my pockets and reflect on life as it has come to involve Teaching, Travel, and Theatre. Time to unzip the pockets!
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Looking for some interesting reading material? Check out my Reading Picks and Bookworm post for some ideas! 

               
This is what summer is all about- finished a book yesterday and am on to the next today.  I just opened The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill, which has been on my shelf for ages.  I have been extremely interested in reading accounts that stem from true stories in a dark history that is often swept to the side.  
At the same time, I have been listening to The Maze Runner series as an audio book and have been extremely captivated by the young characters’ circumstances and their view on the world.  
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