WWOOFing it Up in Kiwiland: organic farming in New Zealand 2012

3 years later and life brings me back to New Zealand. This time for a longer period, for a different purpose, with a different outlook on life than last time. I hope what transpires from a few years of travelling as far and as wide as possible across this beautiful country is a basic but decent knowledge and experience in organic farming, self sustainable living, and food production. Come and join me, there's loads of room in the car.

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

It's scary moments like these that remind me how small we are...

A Tsunami hit Samoa and 24 people are feared dead. It reached the West coast of Auckland at 11.39am this morning. Usually, I'm in Europe where the worst we get is flooding. Flooding's devastating, but a tsunami must be terrifying too. Usually, I only see these things on the news, depicting far off lands only reachable in my imagination but today I felt scared because in tsunami terms, we're only 3 or 4 thousand miles away. My colleague tells me that when the Indonesian Tsunami happened, it de-moored boats in South Africa...nature's wrath is a force to be reckoned with.

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