From Sydney

an elemental form washed up by the tide, blown by wind, eroded by the water and laden with the potential for vigour and transformation

4000 sheep et moi et moi et moi 

New Zealand has an important and unique farming industry. Luckily, it has become an habit for some of the farmers to share their lifestyle with people visiting the country. Typically, foreigners can volunteer through helpx.net or wwoof.co.nz (the latter focusing on organic farming) to discover a genuine kiwi farm life. So there we are, Kay…

Twitter aka_gringo

I have just opened a Twitter account for akaGringo: https://twitter.com/aka_gringo If you are not familiar with Twitter, just for you to know, you don’t need to subscribe to see tweets. I intend to write my daily activities there. It’s easier and shorter than a blog article, which ask for more reflections. If you are on…

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Pre-departure time 2am      – advised hostel per mail about arrival. Mistrust ability of old BB to wake me up. 1 Decision taken: Sleep with one eye open. 4am      – waking time. Note: BB alarm clock worked. 4.15am – last walk along Ushuaia shore to reach bus terminal *cool* Day 1: Ushuaia-Rio Gallegos 5am      – departure…

Ce n’est qu’une question de temps*

    The only way I have been able to approach Cape Horn!…this time! The waters around Cape Horn are infamously dangerous. Speak with the locals and they will provide you with what you crave: stories of huge waves, hazardous winds, adventure and unlucky boats paving the ocean. *It’s only a matter of time.

Fuegino

La route mène aujourd’hui à Ushuaia – ou pour les esprits avides d’aventure – le bout du monde dans sa version argentine, la terre de feu. Peut-être la destination la plus au sud avant de “pam”, comme une balle, remonter la côte est de l’Argentine. Moins de saut de puce au programme toutefois.[1] L’île de…