When you become an instructor of any sport, it is quite likely that you have a very wide knowledge about it, and you have been practising it for a while, maybe super focused on it, so you’ve been very far away from the situation of when you had to learn everything, and you don’t even […]Read More No Fear
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 […]Read More Chasing numbers – O Camiño
Some people may not consider it exploration, as if as I learnt in the last two years, a place that contains a cache, it’s largely already explored in New Zealand. This area is one of those places that there are still complete islands, without one cache! For the geocaching lovers, specially in Europe, that’s […]Read More New tools to explore? Geocaching!
Saltwater and freshwater, it seems that I´ve been into volcanos for a long time, including active ones, yes ACTIVE! I had the opportunity to dive in both of these geological features (over the last year), as well as between tectonic plates, and caves, and some other geologically interesting places, but let’s concentrate for now here […]Read More Diving between volcanos I – The roaring
Where in the world can you in 24 h dive into a volcano caldera, drift dive a river and dive in a hot stream to finish it all off? I had the opportunity to attend TecFest NZ this year. It´s not an event with a lot of history, but it is definitely an enormous (for […]Read More Tecfest New Zealand – don’t expect just a dive show