Kiwi exploring the world via motorcycle. These are images I've created along the way. See more stories and photos on my facebook page...
Angenite takes out a black sharpie and inscribes onto the left cup of her bra "To the brave, the free, the adventurous, may they live long and happy!." She carefully places her uplifting (sorry had to do that) message among the thousands of others that make up Cardrona's famous bra fence.
In 1999 four bras mysteriously appeared overnight on a fence along Cardrona Valley Road. Rumour has it a group of women were on their way home from the pub and decided to usher in the new century with this
humorous gesture of "liberation." The Fence was born.
Since then it's been inspiring women to leave their own personal imprint on the landscape. The multicolored fence stretches from A to B to double D and beyond and has become so popular that it had to be relocated from the main highway. "It was becoming a traffic hazard" says a local.
Since 2015 the on-site collection box has raised over $30,000 for Breast cancer research.
It's always a relief to find your bungy cord is still functional. The Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge in Queenstown became the world's first commercial public bungy site. Thirty years later adrenaline junkies are still lining up to take that 43m (141ft) leap of faith into the
Kiwi recipe for a bad arse boat:
1. Make it look and behave like a shark.
2. Bolt in a 260 hp supercharged engine.
3. Strap yourself in with a shit eating grin.
4. Press the go button.
Kiwi surfers are a special breed
I must’ve witnessed this view a hundred times growing up in New Zealand and thought nothing of it. But after all these years I’m really enjoying viewing my home country again with fresh eyes. No wonder the rest of the world wants to escape to here.
People are always asking me which of the 53 countries I’ve ridden is my favourite so far. I think revisiting my home country after being away for so long has finally provided me with a definitive answer. It’s been #newzealand all along.
Aaron, coffee bean wizard.
New Zealand makes the best coffee in the world. Period.
Kadir spends his days in an airless room treading pelts in vats of cow urine, quicklime, salt, and water. Despite abhorrent conditions his wonderful spirit still shines through.