One of the latest adventures from the travelling and touring Northern Ireland flag was a visit to hot Tenerife, a Spanish island famous for sand, sea and booze. Tenerife Is Actually Informally Known As “The Island Of The Eternal Spring”. Resting Near To The Equator, The Small Island’s Temperature Hardly Varies Between The Mid And High 20’s Year Round.
New Zealand is hidden away from the world, floating in the Pacific Ocean where its dramatic landscape has been formed by moving tectonic plates and the country regularly gets shaken by earthquakes. This has resulted in a landscape that is rugged and unique. The mountains are sharp and tower above lakeside resorts. The Southern Alps are famous for skiing and snowboarding holidays, offering cross country terrain and big tourist resorts like Queenstown. The South island has so much to offer its visitors from Milford Sound in the south east to Abel Tasman in the north, you will have beautiful sights to explore for days on end during your trip to New Zealand.