Engineers@Leisure: Exploring New Zealand

January 16th, 2018, Published in Articles: Energize, Articles: EngineerIT, Articles: Vector

Two gals and a campervan

After four years of studying and three years of articles, we were finally two newly qualified CA(SA)s and decided it was time for something a bit different. We were up for some exploring and set off on a 30-week adventure. We put aside learning from books, and decided instead to see what the world had to teach us. Being the nerds we were at university, we had created a study log called “Things2learn” which included all the concepts we needed to remember and apply for exams. Now it was time for “Things2explore”, and so our blog was born.

We started in Australasia, exploring some of Australia, Fiji and New Zealand before we headed on to Asia. Our travelling was done independently of organised tour groups. We spent just over three weeks in New Zealand, which was a whirlwind of out-of-this-world experiences, some of which we will share with you… (more)

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