Lake Wainamu Is one of Auckland’s a bit of a hidden paradises, before Pedey bought it up I hadn’t heard of it. So was very eager to check it out. As you drive to Bethells beach car park it’s a … Continue reading
Lower Hutt, Wellington is small city surrounded by hills covered in regenerating native bush and gorse. The hills have wide tracks bulldozed in them to limit the damage of bush fires.
Check out all the info on my run here.
My partner’s brother and I head out to Thunder Cross Valley Bike Park in Auckland for some quad biking adventures.
Both Pedey and I used to be really good at manuals on mountain bikes. On a BMX manuals are hard. Still a bit of work to go.
See look at us go.
Check that concentration face.
City of Sails in the City of Sails.
After a huge weekend at a Pedey’s wedding, Matt and I went for a run up Mount Manaia, Whangarei Heads, New Zealand. We were staying at a hired house which sat in a quiet bay just out of the shadow of Mount Manaia. This turns out to be pretty lucky, as local Maori believe living in the shadow of the mountain is totally bad buzz. The views from the top were out of control!
Check out the run data on the Nike Page.
Indian wedding is no one evening ordeal. It’s a week long process. G my girlfriend and I headed up to Falgoon’s parent’s home a few days before the wedding for the ladies get henna tattoos.
We all got dressed up in full Indian get up.
To show support for our friend we entered the hall singing and dancing. Good times.
G and Taryn looked bossy as hell in their Indian gears.
The next night was a formal dinner at the Pullman. Some insanely awesome eats.
Falgs never does anything by halves and his invites weren’t any different. They were full blown awesome.
I’m gutted I didn’t get any photos of the happy couple because they looked amazing.
You have driven past it, it has caught your eye and chances are you didn’t stop. Maybe it’s because you thought you would be eaten in a The Hills Have Eyes type scenario. What am I talking about? Carlucci Land, … Continue reading
I love Wellington, like all good Wellingtonians do. In the summer I’m often out of town with work. so in the winter I like to chill out (see what I did there) and relax in the city. Check out what I got up to this weekend.