If you're an avid reader of our blog, you'll know that one of our nano test pilots recently took nano on a tour of New Zealand's South Island - covering 3000km in just 3 weeks - complete with two pre-school children. Here's the final instalment in their epic adventure!
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This is the sad story of one girl's battle with obesity - an increasing trend in the developed world and something that every parent should be aware of.
We’ve been living mountain lives for the past 15+ years whether that be in the US Rockies, the Swedish wilderness, or the Alpine valleys of Austria. Since we both met each other (working for an outdoor brand) we have made it a simple priority in our shared life to be living in the mountains. It’s non negotiable so to say! Why? It nourishes our souls, keeps us physically fit and mentally relaxed, and ultimately it grounds us in a sense of reality.
So, when we found out (through a sheer miracle of medical science!) that we would become parents we never even considered that we would deprioritize mountain living. In fact quite the opposite, we were determined to give this new little person the same mountain life that we have come to cherish so much.
So, 9 months ago we received our Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle and we've been using it a lot ever since. My daughter, my wife and me live in Bergen (pop: 250,000) in western Norway. We live close to the city center and often use public transport (bus, light rail) to get into town. You all know that this stroller is fantastic in the city, but what about the real off roads?
Three weeks, 3000kms, two adults, two pre-schoolers, one camper van, a nano travel stroller....and the mission? To explore the east coast of New Zealand, living life without limit. Check out what we got up to on the first part of our holiday here . Read on to find out how we put our nano through its paces...
Three weeks, 3000kms, two adults, two pre-schoolers, one camper van and nano travel stroller....and the mission? To explore the east coast of New Zealand, living life without limit. Here's what we got up to on our summer roadtrip:
Silver Fern Joline Henry puts the urban jungle through it's paces as she gets back into shape after giving birth to son, Te Aihireinga.
As an expectant mother, I imagined that I would buy one buggy and it would last me from the time my son was born right through until we no longer needed a buggy. However five years on and I've just got my fifth buggy. So what happened to my one perfect buggy? Well read on as I explain how my buggy journey evolved.