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Back by popular demand: The Rooftop Tour at Auckland Museum. Photo/Supplied

Each week on Reset Travel, we check out some of the latest happenings in Aotearoa and beyond to inspire your next adventure.

Calling all store lovers

If you’re someone who quickly pops into every charity shop, this is the NZ guide for you. Affectionately known as “The Book,” Collectors Anonymous is releasing the fifth edition of its thrift store directory this month. The definitive guide to over 1500 vintage shops, second-hand dealers, thrift stores and charity shops across New Zealand, it’s the perfect tool for road trips, local shopping and second-hand food hunting. Visit collectorsanonymous.co.nz for pre-sales or your local bookshop from mid-November.

Get your hands on the fifth edition of the operating store directory, The Book by Collectors Anonymous.  Photo/Supplied
Get your hands on the fifth edition of the operating store directory, The Book by Collectors Anonymous. Photo/Supplied

French fare – for less

Every good walk deserves a gourmet reward, which is why European self-guided tour operator On Foot Holidays is offering Kiwis a tempting discount on dinner during its popular week-long ramble in northern French Provence. From vineyards to hilltop villages, enjoy a six-night tour and choose the six-course ‘Surprise Menu’ at Mazan’s L’Oulo Restaurant to save £100 (approx.NZ$199) per couple. For this offer and more information, visit onfootholidays.co.uk

Book a week-long tramp in Provence in Northern France with On Foot Holidays.  Photo/Supplied
Book a week-long tramp in Provence in Northern France with On Foot Holidays. Photo/Supplied

I pass to him

The Waiheke Walking Festival ends on November 20, so don’t miss out. With walks for all ages and abilities, this year’s events focus on everything from mindfulness and photography to conservation and fitness. Also discover silent clubs, red wine tours and dog friendly options. More information at waihekewalkingfestival.org.

The 2022 Waiheke Walking Festival ends on 20 November.  Photo/Supplied
The 2022 Waiheke Walking Festival ends on 20 November. Photo/Supplied

Roaming on the roof

Back by popular demand: If you enjoy a dazzling view from dizzying heights, the Rooftop Tour at the Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum is back for another year. With panoramic views over Waitematā Harbor and surrounds, enjoy a fascinating history. Learn more about the building, its heritage and the Domain as you wander the roof. aucklandmuseum.com

Back by popular demand: The Rooftop Tour at Auckland Museum.  Photo/Supplied
Back by popular demand: The Rooftop Tour at Auckland Museum. Photo/Supplied

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