CIMG2454Times fly by. I t is already the 9th of January and 7 more month to go until I have to leave this country. For me it is a absolute different feeling of time. We passed Christmas and New Years Eve and there is sooooo much I did and saw and experienced. Almost to much for this short amount of time. But I,’m glad to have still time left to see the rest of this country. I didn’t got far but who knows what's next. I’m excited what comes next. But here for you some story's from the past.

Enjoy it


DSC01121Hi Followers,

this time my new entry is about things like some Christmas Events in Auckland, my first real Job and my new second Job which I already mentioned last time.

cu Jakob

DSC01036Hello fellows,

Again an interesting week for me. So here I share my Storys and Pics from my Trip with Amy and Martin to visit Luisa in Ahipara in the Nortlands. I have to catch up some time to cover the passed by time. So see this as a start of a few more entry's soon. Have fun reading it.

See you soon,


DSCN3130After leaving Rotorua behind I have settled down in Auckland again. But this time for work and earning some money. Again I live in the Verandahs Hostel and am happy that still a lot of friends from 3 month ago are with me here. Even if it’s a Hostel and not a Flat mate Room I’m staying for longer here. Read more about my Road Trip to Ahipara, my first three weeks working in Auckland and all the things besides.

Enjoy reading what happened since Rotorua,


Finally I’ve got a job interview. After changing some lines of my cover letter regarding my future plans andmy visa I got better replies. I was enormous excited cause I wanna have a job badly. But I also will miss this place and my friends I make here. So on one side I want the job, on the other I wanna travel with them further along. Sometimes it’s hard here. One of the bad things here. Everything is changing here somehow every day. None is like the last day.

Sebi and I tried to become wwoofers at Geoff’s the official way. We applied for this job, but didn’t get it. He replied with a standard answer as he explained to us later. Because we know George (Stinky) and Julia we still made it luckily somehow on the indirect way. After staying at the X-Base camping ground in Rotorua three days for partying in the Lavabar listening to a really good Maori Guitar player playing Bruno Mass and Adele and some days spent in Rotoruas fast Internet access Library) we went to George and Julia (after she recovered) for playing tennis, swimming in Lake Tarawera, kayaking and to catch up on the party we tried to have before.

I think now I’m getting as lazy as I thought I would get after a while writing my blog. The gaps between my entries getting bigger and bigger. From almost daily to weekly to monthly updates now, but I try not to forget anything to write. Anyway, one update a month is still good work. I am at least more diligent than most of us (pointing on Sebi ?). To let it even look like more effort and work I putted into writing this stuff, I split it into more parts this time. Have fun reading it as much as I enjoyed, not writing, but living it.

Greets to all of you in Germany. And enjoy you winter, bäääähhh