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Out with ICOs, in with IEOs The new fad in the cryptosphere is ‘Initial Exchanfe Offerings’. Basically, these are ICOs given by exchanges to help raise funds for growth. Owning these tokens gives users benefits - we will discuss the ben...
Taupo After Wellington, we took a six hour bus journey to Taupo. I have to say that Taupo was super cold and we needed to keep wrapped warm throughout. In Taupo, we biked up to Huka Falls and it was challenging to say the least. I fell ...
From Christchurch, we flew to Wellington on a very small plane (less than 100 people). There are meant to be distinct differences between the North and the South Islands. Firstly, the North Island has a much more diverse population, with ...
Wanaka So following Queenstown, we travelled to Wanaka - a quaint little town in the middle of the South Island of New Zealand. We started off the day with a fantastic brunch. The pancakes were made with fresh ingredients. Generally s...
Sorry for the small delay in this post, I’ve been having too much fun! Queenstown is a glorious place, with stunning mountains in the backdrop. It has the feel of a ski resort, and is incredibly luxurious. Across Queenstown mall ther...
So over the last few days, I have spent some time in Te Anau. It’s a lake in New Zealand in the South Island that is really mystical in nature. We did some hikes, ate some fantastic food and went on some cruises. Doubtful Sound A misnom...
Currently, I’m based in Dunedin, which is renowned for having the worlds steepest street. As you could imagine, you can take some pretty cool photos here! Admittedly there is controversy surrounding this claim. Streets in Wales, Englan...
So this is a continuation of my travel blog around New Zealand.  Cathedral Caves Cathedral Caves are a cool set of cliff found on Waikato Beach. This is a natural formation of caves that have taken tens of thousands of years to form. T...
This Easter Weekend, we had a mini-road trip to the Catlins. The Catlins span the Southeast of the South Island of Dunedin and are quite rural in nature. We had no phone signal for most of the trip so we’re lucky we prepared in advance! I...
So over the last week I have been based in Dunedin - the wildlife capital of the country. Today, I traveled to the Otago Peninsula, a great location with all kinds of wildlife. The drive on windy roads was fun, although sometimes felt d...

Today, we travelled from Paihia to Cape Reinga, which is right at the top of New Zealand! To do this, we booked on with a tour that gave us some interesting stop off points on the way. Checking out the Kauri trees Kauri Trees are native...
So, as the headline says - I’m in New Zealand and will be here for the next two months. I hope to travel around and share my adventures with you! Getting to New Zealand So to get to New Zealand from London involves one long-ass flight (...
LBRY LBRY is a decentralised platform that allows people to share content on their blockchain. In a similar way to Publish0x, people can tip users in LBRY Credits (LBC) - the token that powers the platform. Users also earn LBC for watch...
Southend Those outside of the UK may be unfamiliar with Southend. This week, I wanted to share a small description and some nice photos about the place. Southend is located on the South East of the UK, in the county of Essex. The city h...
Thailand So I’m the summer of 2016 I travelled Thailand and Vietnam. Here are some photos from a remote beach I found in Pattaya. Thailand is super touristy so it’s hard to find yourself alone on a beach and this experience was amazing ...
Not long ago, I visited Chicago and I had a really great time! It’s a cool city with lots of bars, things to do, places to eat and great vibe. The city itself has many distinct areas: ‘millionaires row’ the hipster areas of Wicker Park, t...
United States This week, President Donald Trump gave the annual State of The Union speech to congress. He called for bipartisan support, but he doesn't have a great history on this. Talks about keeping the government funded appear to be...