Almost three years after his epic journey to Tasmania the Platypus Man will set off in October on his greatest adventure, and quite possibly his last great adventure, a trip of around 51 days to New Zealand.
There’s loads to see and do in New Zealand: We will marvel at its volcanic landscapes and geothermal wonders, and be inspired by its magnificent mountain and coastal scenery. We will explore the charms of small-town New Zealand, and learn about Maori culture. We will enjoy brilliant views of whales, dolphins and exotic birds. We will see lots of sheep and drink lots of wine. We will fly business class for the only time in our lives.
But we definitely won’t go bungee jumping!
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And that’s not all. I have another blog for you to savour! Now I’m 64 is a random collection of pieces about the natural world, as well as stuff that has caught my attention, events and experiences that have fired me up or made me chuckle, places that have inspired me and people I’ve been pleased to know.
I’ve scheduled weekly posts during our visit to New Zealand covering topics as varied as memories of my time at Cambridge University, unwelcome milestones on the road to decrepitude, birding versus twitching, the British Birdwatching Fair, the joy of NHS health checks, blogging, knocking down walls, and building museums for the future.
Oh, I nearly forgot, there will also be posts on “The curse of Glastonbury” and “Keeping the zombies in.”
Go on, admit it, you’re intrigued aren’t you? Especially by the zombies! So visit Now I’m 64 right now, click on the lined symbol on the top right of the banner photograph and sign up to Follow Blog via Email.
If you don’t I’ll send the zombies round to get you!