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I’m Sarah, a New Zealand Travel Blogger who also enjoys good coffee and wine and exercise.

Sarah Sees The World is my outlet as I dream of travelling the world full time and a space on the internet to inspire others in the same position to make the most of every trip.

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Waiheke Island itinerary

Easily accessible via a short 40 minute taxi ride from downtown Auckland, Waiheke Island has a micro-climate and relaxed feel. Regardless of your Waiheke Island itinerary, getting around is easy…

Jailhouse Accommodation Christchurch

If staying in a jail cell seems novel, you should check out Jailhouse Accommodation Christchurch. The building this Christchurch backpackers is housed in was formerly the Addington Prison – built…

The best of the Pacific Islands

Four days in Samoa

Former flatmate Isha and I had just four days in Samoa (5 nights) on a joint birthday getaway booked through Flight Centre giving us return Air New Zealand flights to…

What to do in Rarotonga

Wondering what to do in Rarotonga in the Cook Islands? Mike and I flew with Pacific Blue from Auckland to Rarotonga on a Friday night. We’d got a fantastic deal…

Tips for Europe

One day in Athens

Following The Yacht Week most of us had about one day in Athens before flying back to the UK. Fortunately Athens is a city easily explored on foot, and if you wish…

36 hours in Lisbon

On our 20 minute walk from the railway station to our hotel Renee and I were offered weed twice, both times when we’d stopped so that Renee could consult her…

United Kingdom Travel

London sky bars and restaurants

I love to seek out beverages in high places when travelling in order to step out of the rush of the city, relax and enjoy the views from floor-to-ceiling windows…

How to spend three days in Ireland

Updated September 2020 With three days in Ireland, my Uncle who had lived in Dublin for several and sent me a long and detailed email containing suggestions of things to…

The best of Asia

Four days in Hanoi

My four days in Hanoi were a culture shock. Likely a hate it or love it city, somehow I found it impossible to embrace it’s differences and like it.The streets…
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