Published on 22 April 2017

Rebuilding MenorKayak


A few years ago we did a kayak trip around Menorca Island and documented the whole experience. I put together a site to showcase the results and this last week I've spent some time rebuilding it and moving to a completely different tech stack.

Published on 26 January 2017

Code blocks for Wagtail using Pygments

Code Block

This is a very simple and quick approach I've used in several website where I needed to have chunks of code as a StreamField blocks. You only need the Pygments package and a few lines of code.

Published on 31 July 2016

The Tongariro Northern Circuit

Mt. Ruapehu and Mt. Ngarauhuoe seen from the summit of Mt. Tongariro

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is considered one of the best one-day walks in the whole world. But why do only one day when you have the option to walk the Northern Circuit which is a 2-3 days walk? Hell yeah, that's what I thought too!

Published on 17 May 2016

Rimutaka Cycle Trail

Rimutaka Cycle Trail

Being one of New Zealand great rides, the Rimutaka Cycle Trail is a great option for a weekend getaway just right outside of Wellington. The official trail starts from Petone but we took the train to Lower Hutt and skip the first bit. In exchange we finished the ride in Eastbourne instead of finishing at the Orongorongo Station. 

Published on 25 April 2016

Latitude 47ºS, the North West circuit on Rakiura-Stewart Island

Thomas on his way to Smokey Beach

Across the legendary Foveaux Strait, south of the South Island of New Zealand, lies Rakiura - Stewart Island. Home to one of the earliest Māori settlements in history, and with a current population of only 380 people, Stewart Island is home to one of the best walks in New Zealand, the "North West Circuit".

Published on 31 January 2016

Taking on the Mighty Mount Ruapehu

Reaching Te Heuheu

Mount Ruapehu is one of the most iconic mountains of New Zealand. With its highest peak at 2,797 metres, it's the highest point in the North Island. I first visited the area in the winter of 2014. Ever since, the idea of giving it a try on snowy conditions was going around my mind. But it wasn't until the end of October that my mate Andy and I finally decided to give it a go.