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HotW: The All Blacks

There are no manlier men than rugby players. The New Zealand All Blacks are the embodiment of this.

They are also known for using the Haka, a Māori war dance… 14 more words


Almost there.

It’s coming up to our final week of study and I’m stoked finally ifs been a long four years. Our final assessment is on the 28th of November which is a collaborative exhibition of works by Poutu Puketapu, Stormm Taitua and myself if your in Gisborne on the day stop by and have look around the event starts at 5:30pm and is on 80 Cobden street.

Say Yes to a Helicopter Ride & Glacier Hike

Before I arrived in New Zealand, both my friend Kirsty and I put our heads together to come up with some activities that would make this the best holiday ever. 522 more words

Yes To November

Travel adventures, they're in our blood

Kiwis love to travel. It’s in our blood. When I set off on my travels I know where I’m going, how I’m going to get there, and pretty much what I’ll see and do. 814 more words

Off The Beaten Track In Aotearoa

now is the hour

Hello friend.

I’ve been neglecting my blog a little bit as of late. My life has kind of been a million things happening at once and this week is the first chance I’ve had to breathe. 602 more words


Te Reinga...the leaping place of spirits


In Austria, where I live, nature prepares for its winterly rest, a short death before spring renews life.

It’s the season when in many cultures people remember their ancestors, contemplate the finiteness of life. 315 more words


Kia Ora! Welcome to Cape Reinga, New Zealand

Kia Ora means “hello” or “welcome” in Maori or literally “be well”.  The Maori discovered New Zealand and were the first inhabitants of the country. 79 more words