Chasing numbers – O Camiño

What a better way of coming back to your own country by doing the same as you did when you left? I decided to do the Santiago Pilgrim’s way, O Camiño de Santiago, in Galician; is one of the most popular walks in Europe, and also all over the world, because of its history, landscapes […]

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A brand new wreck – The Rena

 I love the sense of vertigo descending into an unknown environment. The knot in my stomach was getting tighter and tighter as I descended onto New Zealand’s newest ship wreck, The Rena, recently open to divers and non-divers in April 2016. The MV Rena was a 37000 tons cargo ship, owned by a Greek shipping […]

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Diving with Doves

The Rainbow warrior was once upon a time the iconic ship of Greenpeace fleet. They bought it in 1977 for 37,000 UK pounds, and renamed it from being the Sir William Hardy. Nowadays it became an iconic wreck for New Zealand history, where the first and only terrorist attack has taken place in this country, […]

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