Port Chalmers: The Place We Have Called Home

Insiders Dunedin has put together a great little video on Port Chalmers, the place we have called home for the past three years or so. Port Chalmers is a vibrant community with a population of 3,000. The village lies around 15 kilometres northeast from Dunedin’s city centre. Port Chalmers has a strong cultural scene and […]

What New Zealand Can Teach the Rest of the World

Here is a fascinating little article on New Zealand, Land of the Long White Cloud. Glad I have had the opportunity to call this place “home” for the past two and a half years. An excerpt: In New Zealand, many cars are left unlocked, hitchhikers scatter the roadside and the country’s laidback and tourist-friendly vibe […]

Reminiscences of a Trigenarian or Random Thoughts of a Guy Who is Getting Way Too Old

Thirty. It’s the speed limit on Back Beach Road here in Port Chalmers, New Zealand (which is about as fast as I feel comfortable driving on any New Zealand road!), and it’s now the number of years I have been alive. Such a monumental occasion calls for a blog post. On this first of (hopefully) many […]