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Flash Floods, a Tornado and Kauri Virus Hit Waitakere Regional Park

May 6, 2018:

Piha Paradise and the Tornado

April 30, 2018:

Mother nature is complaining in Piha, the surfers’ paradise on Auckland’s wild west coast. * Strong winds have turned into tornadoes of 120 to 150 […]

The Charms and Challenges of Aran Island

November 21, 2017:

Visiting Aran Island on the last day of two weeks in Ireland proved a brilliant idea. Farewell, Ireland. Visiting you was the highlight of my […]

The Kerry Bog Village and Ancient Puck Fair in Ireland

November 2, 2017:

The highly celebrated Irish Bog Village, is located on the Ring of Kerry between Killorglin and Glenbeigh on the N70 road. The only village of […]

See the Sun go Down on Galway Bay

October 22, 2017:

The words, “If you ever go across the sea to Ireland” … instantly make one think of Galway, the port city on the Irish west […]

Amazing Celtic Crosses in Kells of Ireland

October 15, 2017:

An amazing group of Celtic crosses on the monastery grounds of Kells is worth seeing, almost 60 km north of Dublin in Ireland. This is […]

Wild is Beautiful in Ireland’s Ring of Kerry

October 8, 2017:

Wild is beautiful when travelling Ireland’s Ring of Kerry. The Atlantic coastline, mountains, lakes, rivers and occasional farm animals on the rock strewn land adds […]

Radio Rhema Conservation Week Interview

October 3, 2017:

Being interviewed by Andrew Urquart for Radio Rhema was a delightful experience. As a boy he had raised a baby boy kereru which had fallen […]

Exploring Kells – its Round Tower and Secret Tunnel

October 2, 2017:

A Viking invasion in 554 AD caused the Iona Island’s Columbun monks to flee to the safe-haven of Kells, in the Boyne Valley, County Meath, […]

Gorgeous Blarney Gardens

September 23, 2017:

Exploring the Blarney castle gardens was lovely and relaxing after kissing the Blarney Stone.