Mike cycles in New Zealand
Mails of thanks have come flooding in to thank Mike and his team for the amazing time and experience that they shared with them.
The Fiordlands offered to all the people present on Pangaea an eye-opener of a trip. The incredible untouched beauty was the perfect learning ground for our Young Explorers. It gave them an appreciation of nature at its purest, and a very good reason why we must fight for preservaton of our planet.
On the 2nd of June Mike decided he would like to see more of New Zealands beauty and so decided to cycle to Mt Cook. The route took him from Milford Sound, over the Routeburn track, through the picturesque villages of Queenstown and Wanaka and over the Lindas Pass. Mike was blown away by the beauty of Central Otago and the snowy peaks of this magestic mountain.
In the meantime, skipper Nick and Pangaea's crew sailed up to Auckland and are now comfortably moored in the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland City.
Here our crew will deal with maintenance and re-stocking prior to her departure on the 18th and Mike will be available to speak with members of the press and school groups.