My mind, my thoughts, my words

Life Art Drawing Classes in Auckland

Whether you’re someone wanting to model for life art drawing classes, or an artist looking for classes, here is a list of what’s currently (Sept 2018) on offer in Auckland, … Continue reading

06/09/2018 · Leave a comment

Things we should’ve learned in school that would be much more useful than some of the things we did learn – the weather

On the bike, cycletouring through South America, weather can be our number one enemy. Either it’s too hot, too cold, too windy, too rainy, or too sunny. You don’t have … Continue reading

14/06/2015 · Leave a comment

New Zealand’s City Slogans

When you travel around New Zealand you will soon notice that several places try to increase tourism through town branding. Plenty of towns try to make themselves sound appealing even … Continue reading

20/03/2014 · Leave a comment

The Sandfly Song (Video)

Whilst on my exchange year in New Zealand I walked part of the Te Araroa Trail. As you will figure out quickly when you’re outdoors in New Zealand in Summer, … Continue reading

15/01/2014 · Leave a comment

Into the Wild

Following my previous post liberty; I’m about to have my long sought-after adventure. Contrary to what I usually like to do – plan everything way in advance, I didn’t plan … Continue reading

10/11/2012 · 1 Comment

Half Time

Four months at the other end of the world. I must say, I still haven’t seen a lot of the country (been to Rangitoto, Coromandel Peninsula including Hot Water Beach, and the West Coast … Continue reading

08/11/2012 · Leave a comment

Not that it matters…

when it’s bigger, it’s more likely to… freeze off! So, my friend and I were wondering why, apparently, black men have the biggest dicks. My theory was that, maybe, in … Continue reading

30/08/2012 · 1 Comment

Casablanca´s Casanovas

I started this post way back last summer, time to get it out there. I spent some days in June 2011 in Essaouira, Morocco. Alone. (I had to as I … Continue reading

27/04/2012 · Leave a comment

Bodies, genders, rites and the role of women in some societies

For the Bimin-Kuskusmin (New Guinea) everything is divided into male and female. There is male food, and there is female food. Men mustn’t eat female foods, females may not even … Continue reading

16/12/2011 · Leave a comment

There’s Magic in the Air

With numerous movies, sitcoms and books on superstitions and magic, you start wondering why people ever believed in the like and still do, and whether there might be any truth … Continue reading

15/12/2011 · Leave a comment