Leaving Auckland, It's all in front of you! On Bottom Bus: Hitting the Catlins on a hot summer's day, it goes off. People's reaction, when they come face to face with a 500kg Sea Lion, outstanding!
Driving the Buller Adventures jet boat
I love every minute of it. What can I say?
Graduating as a Kiwi Experience Driver Guide
Seeing peoples faces when they have completed an activity they never thought they would have the courage to do
Having a few ‘quiets’ with the passengers after they’ve spent a day seeing and doing the spectacular and crazy stuff this great little country has to offer.
Completing the training trip has to be up there; what a relief!! Quickly followed by the worst haircut ever!
Waking up every day knowing I’m living the dream! Seeing the best parts of NZ
Beating Rich (another driver 10 years my junior) in a 100 metre running race in Franz Josef, after a couple, in the dark and it's raining... It's all about staying power...
Too many to list...
The graduation party after my training trip. Apparently there was absinthe involved?
I might be the only one to ever say this but I really enjoyed my training trip
Waking up and finding my gumboots were not left in the rain
Training trip was a blast with Lauren & Mikey aka 'Witters'
To be fair every trip has these, maiden voyage bonfire, Northern RoundUp troops trip 4, Getting the bus stuck and unstuck in snow & 'The Holey Grail' trip 5.
Driving over the Coromandel Ranges to see a mint view of the Pacific Ocean. Will get you every time.
Seeing that shy and reserved person on the bus come out of their shell and become included in the larger group
Day 1 & Day & Day 3 & Day 4 & basically every day up until now.
Going White water rafting in River Valley
Well.. The names would have to be changed. I could tell you but then, I’d have to kill you
Listening to Spud’s laugh, it’s an experience in its own right!! His laugh takes on a whole life of its own!!! It’s a falsetto laugh!! Brilliant. The Bee Gee's would be proud.
Taking 50 passengers to mum and dads for a BBQ. They loved it! (Mum and dad that is)