Photos, travel stories, reportage and random stuff from New Zealand and around the world by Peter de Graaf
The author encounters takahē, kleptomaniac weka and naked trampers on New Zealand’s longest Great Walk.
Unspoiled beaches, decrepit ferries, spontaneous schoolkids and a slow-paced way of life in one of the world’s last absolute monarchies.
During the author’s visit to Rwanda locals are amused to see someone so old riding a bicycle.
Seventy-five years after being conscripted into the Dutch East Army during World War II, a Northland man’s service – and his ordeal on the notorious Burma railroad – has finally been recognised.
Joseph Stalin is alive and well in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia.
Former US President George W Bush called it part of “the Axis of Evil”. I call it one of the most fascinating and welcoming places I’ve been.
Images of the dizzyingly diverse former Yugoslav republics of Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo.