The ArkKerikeri, New Zealand
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern this week announced a staged opening of New Zealand's borders.
If it were us here at get lost that was traveling across the dutch, we know where we would want to stay. It's called 'The Ark'. And it's f-arking delightful.
The Ark is a houseboat, but not as you know it. It's situated in a quiet corner of a lake, five minutes down the road from a quaint village with an even quainter pub and a winery.
It's a little wooden shack docked onto the wharf of the lake, with a deck to sit out and read, drink or get a tan, or maybe all at once. Go for a dip in the lake when it's warm, or build a fire in the pit when it's cold.
Even better: you're completely off-grid here. No work emails nor pesky notifications from Zuckerberg. It's arguably THE perfect place to unwind and relax - thanks for letting everyone back in, Jacinda.