A month of images in the Land Down Under

May 4th, 2011 in Articles by Paul 0

One month in Australia is hardly enough to scratch the surface of this vast and varied continent.  But I knew this going into it, and focused my time on Melbourne, the southern coast (the Great Ocean Road and Kangaroo Island) and the Outback.  I was hoping to fall in with a cool group of people […]


VIDEO: Stony Batter – Waiheke Island

March 17th, 2010 in Articles by Paul 1

Stony Batter on Waiheke Island, New Zealand, is an old WWII gun emplacement designed to defend Auckland from the Japanese.  The site contains a maze of underground tunnels that linked the gun turrets on the surrounding hills.  While the tunnels themselves aren’t overly exciting, history and WWII buffs will find it interesting, and children will […]


VIDEO: Rangitoto Island

February 8th, 2010 in Articles by Paul 13

Follow Paul and Christina as they visit Rangitoto Island off the coast of Auckland, New Zealand.  The first of a series of short travel videos about New Zealand by two 30 somethings who quit their jobs to follow their dreams.  Yes I know my voice over isn’t the best, I’m working on it!  This was […]