World Famous in New Zealand – Not really.
During our time in Vietnam we were contacted by Television New Zealand’s Maori Channel. We conducted our first television interview with Te Karere. The Maori news. It was fun. What you don’t see in this interview was that I went out on the beach of Nah Trang to train. I got a bit carried away and arrived to the skype interview late, shirtless, wet and sandy. A button was ripped off as I threw my top on and we started to talk. We look back on it and we say to ourselves….. Oh man I wish I said …… blah, blah, blah (insert cool stuff here). So here we are ‘world famous’ in New Zealand, on the indigenous news channel. Haha. Thanks Pere Wihongi you’re a champ.
Vietnam is dope
I watched the TV series Top Gear Vietnam one day and thought their adventures were dope. If you haven’t watched it they buy scooters in the south and drive them north 2000km. The most inspirational thing about this trip was that I met many people who did exactly that. This trip opened my eyes to many things. It is the source of the best food I have eaten my entire life, from vendors off the side of the street that sit on the ground, that media would tell you do not touch. It is beautiful and we can’t wait to return
My duty to Laos
I feel it is my duty to tell the people of the world that the country of Laos got absolutely ripped off. It is the source of the largest unexploded bomb ordinance in the world. During the Vietnam war, Laos who was not involved in the war, was bombed into the stone age. Here what i posted on FB